To go and stay for a short time.
Past Participle form
I often visit my parents.
He visits Japan every year.
A: Do you visit your grandparents regularly?
B: Yes, I go once or twice a year.
Last weekend I visited the doctors.
Yesterday she visited the vet with her dog.
A: Didn't you go to Milan last weekend?
B: Yes, I visited my brother.
A: What else did you do?
B: We went to loads of museums.
I am visiting my aunt and uncle this weekend.
My wife's away right now. She's visiting her friends in Bristol.
A: Hi, how are you?
B: I'm well thanks, how are you?
A: Good thanks. I'm visiting my friends now so can I call you back tomorrow?
I've just visited the doctor and I'm okay.
She's visited the Cotsworlds every summer for 15 years.
A: I've visited loads of historic sites around the world.
B: Where was your favourite?
A: Definitely Palmyra in Syria.