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Meaning of “visa” in the English Dictionary

"visa" in British English

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visanoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈviː.zə/
B1 an ​officialmark, usually made in a ​passport, that ​allows you to ​enter or ​leave a ​particularcountry: We ​travelled to Argentina on a ​tourist visa.

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(Definition of visa from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"visa" in American English

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visanoun [C]

 us   /ˈvi·zə, -sə/
an ​officialdocument or ​mark made in a ​passport that ​allows you to ​enter or ​leave a ​particularcountry: an ​entry/​exit visa
(Definition of visa from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"visa" in Business English

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visanoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈviːzə/ GOVERNMENT
an ​officialmark made in a passport (= ​officialdocumentallowing you to ​travel to ​foreign countries) which ​allows you to ​enter or ​leave a particular country, ​stay for a particular length of ​time, etc.: I've ​applied for an ​extension to my visa. an entry visa
(Definition of visa from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “visa”
in Korean 비자…
in Arabic تَأشيرة…
in Malaysian visa…
in French visa…
in Russian виза…
in Chinese (Traditional) 簽證…
in Italian visto…
in Turkish vize…
in Polish wiza…
in Spanish visado…
in Vietnamese thi thực…
in Portuguese visto…
in Thai หนังสือเดินทาง, วีซ่า…
in German das Visum…
in Catalan visat…
in Japanese ビザ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 签证…
in Indonesian visa…
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