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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London, June 24 ( ANI ): Cara Delevingne and Rihanna have splashed out 500,000 pounds to book a two-week break to the south of France on a super-yacht, which will ferry them around the French Riviera.
While with the Colts, their manager Malcolm Dix used to ferry them around in an old ambulance and in 1966 they took part in the World Cup Ball at the Mayfair, alongside the Junco Brothers, the Gas Board and many more.
Now they want their own chief helicopter pilot to ferry them around the country and lead a team of eight.
An efficiency drive has actually resulted in taxpayers forking out pounds 200,000 more to ferry them around.
Also, as there are no direct routes, they are dependant on their parents to ferry them around, but if they work this can be a real problem.
Most of the clients are businessmen, who use the service to pick them up at the airport or ferry them around the city between appointments.
Investigators filmed Sharon, 54, straddling a quad bike and leading the kids on an exhausting day out while her 47-year-old husband would ferry them around in a mini-bus.
And she made sure the 300 guests, including Office co-stars Martin Freeman, who played Dawn's true love Tim, Mackenzie Crook (Gareth) and Joel Beckett (her thuggish boyfriend Lee), weren't late too...by hiring FIVE doubledecker buses to ferry them around. Lucy had shed more than a stone to squeeze into her stunning off-the-shoulder dress.