visit with

visit with
visit with (N American)
1. To visit
2. To be a guest with
3. To chat with
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Main Entry:visit

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visit with [phrasal verb]
visit with (someone) US : to spend time talking informally with (someone)

I had a chance to visit with her for a few minutes after the meeting.

— see also visit 1a (above), 1
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Main Entry:visit

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