Ferry him across - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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To carry someone or something across a body of water on a ferryboat. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ferry" and "across." No, it's fine—there are boats that can ferry us across the river.
ferry someone or something across something and ferry someone or something across
to transport someone or something across a river on a ferryboat. Can we get someone to ferry us across the lake to the island? After they ferried across all the cars, they closed the ferryboat down for the night.
References in periodicals archive
An immigration judge was ordered to pay PS1,300 that he owed his personal taxi driver whose job it was to ferry him across
the North West.
The jockey is so determined not to miss either Peddlers Cross's second start over fences at Bangor or Overturn's appearance in the Stanjames.com Fighting Fifth Hurdle that his agent Chris Broad has arranged a helicopter to ferry him across
Fernandes's friends believe Kabir should not have removed him from his official residence on Krishna Menon Marg and ferry him across
Haridwar, Dehradun and unknown destinations in Delhi.