visit

visit
['vizit] n.,v. -n 1. vizitë; be/go on a visit to sb jam/shkoj për vizitë te dikush. 2. gj.fol. muhabet; have a nice visit while waiting bëj një dorë muhabet ndërkohë që rri e pres.
pay a visit gj.fol. shkoj në nevojtore /-v 1. vizitoj (dikë, muzeun etj); shkoj (në teatër etj). 2. rri ca kohë (te dikush, në qytet). 3. usht. inspektoj (trupat). 4. pllakos, më gjen (e keqja). 5. ia çoj, ia hedh mbi krye (belanë etj).
visit with ['vizit with] amer. i shkoj për ta parë; bëj muhabet (me dikë)
visitant ['vizëtënt] n 1. vizitor. 2. zool. zog shtegtar
visitation [vizë'teishën] n 1. vizitë; iron. vizitë e tejzgjatur. 2. usht., fet. inspektim. 3. shpagim; ndëshkim i qiellit
visiting ['viziting] n. vizita, bërje vizitash; be on visi­ting terms with sb kam të hyra e të dala me dikë
visiting card ['viziting ka:d] n. kartëvizitë
visiting fireman ['viziting 'faië:(r)mën] n. amer. iron. vizitor i rangut të lartë
visiting hours ['viziting 'auë:(r)] n. kohë vizitash
visiting nurse ['viziting në:s] n. amer. infermiere shtëpie
visiting professor ['viziting prë'fesë:(r)] n. profesor i jashtëm
visiting team ['viziting ti:m] n. sport. ekip mik
visitor ['vizitë:(r)] n 1. vizitor; i ftuar, mik, mysafir; have the visitors left? ikën të ftuarit? 2. klient (hoteli) 3. turist
visitors' book ['vizitë:(r)z buk] n 1. libër përshtypjesh. 2. regjistër (i klientëve të hotelit)
visitors' gallery ['vizitë:(r)z 'gælëri] n. pol. galeria ku rri publiku (në parlamentetj)
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