venir de visita

An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. to come to visit
Siempre que Mauro viene de visita nos quedamos despiertos charlando hasta la madrugada.Every time Mauro comes to visit, we stay up chatting until the early morning.
b. to come visit
¿Cuándo vas a venir de visita? Tenemos mucho tiempo de no vernos.When are you going to come visit? We haven't seen each other in ages.
c. to come for a visit
Oriana me preguntó si podía venir de visita mañana. Le dije que sí, siempre y cuando traiga un vinito.Oriana asked me if she could come for a visit tomorrow. I said yes, as long as she brings a bottle of wine.
d. to visit
Me encontré con Hilda la semana pasada. ¿Ya se mudó de vuelta a Panamá? - No. Solo vino de visita.I ran into Hilda last week. Is she back in Panama for good? - No. She was just visiting.
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