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visitor

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvisitorvis‧it‧or /ˈvɪzɪtə $ -ər/ ●●● S3 W2 noun [countable]  VISITsomeone who comes to visit a place or a person Times Square attracts more than 30 million visitors annually.visitor to Rina is a frequent visitor to the city.visitor from visitors from overseassee thesaurus at tourist health visitor
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visitorDoug, I think you have a visitor.But visitors to the hills outside town are greeted by unpaved roads and signs warning trespassers to keep out.Some places have even seen the publicity over new fees attracting extra visitors.Its size indicated that no extra visitors were expected.We have nowhere for visitors to sleep at the moment as the spare room is being decorated.Colette offered her visitor a glass of wine.I've been asked to show some important visitors round the department.The more expensive we make the United States, the fewer international visitors we will attract.These were painted with white numbers and made simple bathing rings for the visitors.It was the visitors who pressed for the meeting.Stages and canal boats had been crowded with visitors descending on the twin communities.visitor toRina is a frequent visitor to the city.
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