pay somebody/something a visit(redirected from pay something a visit)
pay (someone or something) a visit
To visit someone or something. We need to pay Grandma a visit and see how her trip to Florida was.
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pay (someone or something) a visitand pay a visit to someone or something
to visit someone or something. Bill paid a visit to his aunt in Seattle. Please pay a visit to our house whenever you are in town.
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pay somebody/something a visit,
pay a visit to somebody/somethingvisit somebody/something: I think it’s time we paid Jo a visit, don’t you?
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