visiting

adjective vis·it·ing \ ˈvi-zə-tiŋ , ˈviz-tiŋ \

Definition of visiting

1 : invited to join or attend an institution (such as a university) for a limited time
  • a visiting professor
  • a visiting fellow
2 : playing on an opponent's grounds
  • the visiting team

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First Known Use of visiting

1949


VISITING Defined for English Language Learners

visiting

adjective

Definition of visiting for English Language Learners

  • —used to describe someone (such as a teacher) who goes to work for a limited time at a different school, college, etc.

  • sports : playing on the field or court of an opponent



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