Definition of 'visiting hours'
Example sentences containing 'visiting hours'
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The waterfalls, which during visiting hours spurted from hidden sources concealed in the paved surrounds, were silent. THE SOUND OF MURDERThen, when I was nearly there, I realized it was past visiting hours. TOY SHOP`I hope I'm not breaking the rules, arriving out of normal visiting hours ? THE ENDLESS GAME
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Translations for 'visiting hours'
British English: visiting hours /ˈvɪzɪtɪŋ aʊəz/ NOUN
In an institution such as a hospital or prison, visiting hours are the times during which people from outside the institution are officially allowed to visit people who are staying at the institution.
Visiting hours are 3 to 7 p.m.
- American English: visiting hours
- Arabic: سَاعاتُ الزِيارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: horário de visitação
- Chinese: 探视时间
- Croatian: vrijeme posjeta
- Czech: návštěvní hodiny
- Danish: besøgstid
- Dutch: bezoekuren
- European Spanish: horario de visita
- Finnish: vierailuaika
- French: heures de visite
- German: Besuchszeiten
- Greek: ώρες επισκεπτηρίου
- Italian: orario di visita
- Japanese: 面会時間
- Korean: 방문 시간
- Norwegian: visittid
- Polish: godziny odwiedzin
- European Portuguese: horário de visitas
- Romanian: ore de vizită
- Russian: часы посещения
- Spanish: horario de visita
- Swedish: besökstid
- Thai: ชั่วโมงเยี่ยม
- Turkish: ziyaret saatleri
- Ukrainian: години відвідування
- Vietnamese: thời gian thăm viếng
Definition of visiting hours from the Collins English Dictionary
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