escort from

escort (one) from (something)

To accompany one out of some place or thing, perhaps to ensure that they leave. If you keep talking during the play, the usher will escort you from the theater! I escorted my date from the party and made sure she got into a cab safely.
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escort someone or something from something

to accompany or lead someone or something away from something or some place. A police officer escorted them from the auditorium. A band of honorary pallbearers escorted the coffin from the chapel.
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I'm really looking forward to meeting the best football players in the world and walking onto the pitch with them," said Cameron White, a 10-year-old Player Escort from Auckland, New Zealand.