escort (one) to (something)

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escort (one) to (something)

To accompany one to some place or thing, perhaps to ensure that they do not deviate from that path. Will you please escort my cousin to the prom? Her date canceled on her at the last minute. If you keep talking during the play, the usher will escort you to the exit! One of the ushers will escort you to your seats.
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escort someone or something to something

to accompany or lead someone or something to something or some place. We escorted the women to their seats. Claude escorted Harry to the exit and bade him farewell.
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References in classic literature ?
There was too many bones in the--Bruno began, but Sylvie frowned at him, and laid her finger on her lips, for, at this moment, the travelers were waited on by a very dignified officer, the Head-Growler, whose duty it was, first to conduct them to the King to bid him farewell and then to escort them to the boundary of Dogland.
An English-speaking escort will meet A&K rail clients at their hotel at a pre-arranged time to escort them to their train, ensuring they are comfortably seated in the correct seat, and handling the luggage.