Idiom: pay a visit
Idiom: pay a visit to someone/something (pay someone/something a visit)
- to go see someone or something
- I haven’t heard from my father in two weeks so I’m going to pay him a visit and make sure he’s okay.
- There are very few doctors who will pay a visit to patients' homes these days.
- It's been a few months since we've seen my mother-in-law so we need to pay a visit this weekend.
- My best friend was in town and decided to pay a visit but we were at the shopping mall so I missed her.
- Let's pay a visit to the cemetery on Veterans Day and lay down some flowers at my grandfather's grave.
- You'll be paying the dentist a visit soon if you don't stop drinking so many sodas and eating those sugary candies.
- If you have a chance to pay a visit to Mount Rushmore National Memorial while you're in the Dakotas you will not regret it.
- A couple of police officers paid our office a visit this afternoon and I'm dying to know what they questioned my boss about.
- drop in
- drop by
- stop by
- swing by
- come by
- come around
- pop in
- look in on
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