Qs on “visit with”
It is common to play games and/or visit with relatives and friends after the meal.   (from Newsletter 11)  What does “visit with “ mean?   (jsy, 121702)

gk answered (121702):

When it says visit with relatives, I meant communicate with.

For example, When you, me and Gary, all go to the state Fair together we are visiting with one another.

In the article, you could exchange the word "visit" with "talk". But when you say visit, it more implies that you are talking about "old times", past events, and just catching up with what has been happening new with each other.  

Note: “visit with” is a colloquial expression.


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