Visa meaning

vē'zə
The definition of a visa is a mark on a passport to show that a person can enter a country.

An example of a visa is a mark placed on a passport allowing a person from Germany to enter and temporarily visit in the United States.

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Visa is defined as to give a passport mark allowing one to enter a country.

An example of visa is to give the authorization for an Italian citizen to enter the United States for travel.

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An official authorization appended to a passport, permitting entry into and travel within a particular country or region.
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To endorse or ratify (a passport).
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To give a visa to.
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An endorsement on a passport, showing that a person has been granted official entry into or passage through a country.
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To put a visa on (a passport)
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To give a visa to (someone)
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(1) (Visa credit card) See EMV.
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A credit card company.
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Visa card.
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Origin of visa

French short for Latin (carta) vīsa (the document has been) seen from feminine past participle of vidēre to see weid- in Indo-European roots