ferry (someone) around

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ferry (someone) around

To drive people from place to place. Now that I have my license, my parents always want me to ferry my siblings around—it's so annoying.
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ferry someone around

to transport people here and there in small groups. I really don't want to spend all my days ferrying children around. Why am I ferrying around a bunch of kids all day?
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The Baggies' striker had employed his one-time club-mate to ferry him around in his Range Rover after receiving a 12-month ban for drink-driving.
I don't mean the cooking/cleaning type of slave but I constantly ferry him around and I'm told who I can and can't hang out with.
Kathmandu, Sep.1 (ANI): Nepal's Prime Minister Baburam Baburam Bhattarai has chosen an unglamorous official vehicle assembled in Nepal to ferry him around.
Collateral Today, Film 4, 9pm Toothy Tom Cruise puts away his milliondollar smile to play a brutal hitman who forces cabbie Jamie Foxx to ferry him around Los Angeles on a contract killing spree.
Rod demanded sole use of a hotel's presidential suite and two king single rooms, plus three limousines to ferry him around.
A DOWNING Street spokesman says the reason Tony Blair has ordered two pounds 12m private jets to ferry him around the world is that it's more dignified for Britain's national leader to travel abroad in his own aircraft rather than having to rent other people's.
He was dubbed "Air Miles Andy" after it emerged it cost pounds 325,000 to ferry him around by air in a single year.
PRINCE Andrew was back in the skies yesterday, splashing an estimated pounds 11,500 on a helicopter to ferry him around the county.