|a support, a visit, act of halting; visit, temporary residence; suspension of a legal proceeding; brace; small piece of bone or plastic used to stiffen part of a garment; heavy rope (Nautical), alleviate in the short term, be around for something, comf...||stay|
|accept lower standards than usual, poor area, poor neighborhood, densely populated poverty-stricken area of a city; run-down and squalid residence that is unfit for human habitation, visit slums, visit poor run-down neighborhoods (especially out of cur...||slum|
|add something as text, arrest somebody, visit||run in|
|appear to somebody as a ghost, discomfit somebody by unpleasant reminders, place frequented or inhabited by ghosts; place frequently visited, place somebody often visits, visit frequently, frequent; recur at regular intervals; visit as a ghost; intrude...||haunt|
|ask to do something, visit||call on|
|ask to return, telephone somebody again, visit somebody again||call back|
|bird or animal cry, challenge somebody, cry; telephone conversation; visit; ring; invitation; claim; need, declaration in game, declare choice in game, demand or obligation, demand repayment of something, describe as something, expressed wish, feeling ...||call|
|brief visit, dwell temporarily, live in a particular place for a relatively brief period of time, stay for time, temporary stay; temporary dwelling place||sojourn|
|careful inspection, debate something, look at something carefully, opinion poll, sale offer to members of group, visit somebody to solicit something||canvass; canvas|
|change your opinion, recur, regain consciousness, visit||come around|
|cheap nightclub, country music, ragtime piano-playing, visit honky-tonks||honky-tonk|
|deliver something or somebody somewhere, visit somebody casually||drop by|
|do flying stunts, make performing tour of rural areas, tour rural areas making political speeches, visit rural towns||barnstorm|
|go often to place, habitual, happening often; regular; common, usual, occurring often, visit frequently, patronize, go regularly to (a certain place)||frequent|
|go to place again, reconsider something, subsequent visit, visit again, call upon again, go and see another time||revisit|
|improve, search for in reference book, search for information (i.e. in books), visit somebody||look up|
|make a brief visit, pass in time, pass; act according to, be guided by, regard something as true, use particular source of information||go by|
|make a quick visit, come for a fast visit, make brief visit||look in|
|make celebrity of, treat a person like a celebrity; seek the company of celebrities; visit interesting sites (British)||lionize|
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