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visit

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ˈvɪzɪt/
SEE A PERSON A1 to go to someone's home and spend time with them
odwiedzać, składać wizytę
We have friends coming to visit this weekend.Visiting
SEE A PLACE A1 to go to a place and spend a short amount of time there
odwiedzać
Did you visit St Petersburg while you were in Russia?Visiting
INTERNET A2 to look at a website
odwiedziny
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