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pay (somebody) a call/visit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpay (somebody) a call/visitpay (somebody) a call/visitVISITto visit a person or place I decided to pay my folks a visit.pay (somebody) a call/visit to If you have time, pay a visit to the City Art Gallery. pay
Examples from the Corpus
pay (somebody) a call/visitLatimer is living apart from people, divorced even from religious faith by his visions, when Charles Meunier pays a visit.Another out-of-town visitor paid a call last month.Having met his hero one evening at a small gathering, he was invited to pay a call the following week.They were scheduled to pay a visit to another model resettlement village that morning - their last official tour.The Marshal decided it was time to pay a visit to Headquarters.No, Robert insisted, he could not, would not, pay a visit to such distant parts.I was more than once surprised to see men going into those rooms, paying visits to the legless men.Then one day, just for old times' sake, I paid a visit to Winston Street.
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