show around

show (someone or something) around

1. To introduce and guide someone through some place. This is where you'll be working, but let me show you around the rest of the building. My sister's coming to visit from America so I'm going to show her around.
2. To display something to a variety of different people. He never thought someone would steal his idea when he started showing it around. I'll be showing my paintings around to various art galleries over the weekend.
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show someone around (some place)

to give someone a tour of a place. I'm very glad you've come to work here. Let me show you around so you'll know where things are. Welcome to our town. As soon as you unpack, I'll get someone to show you around.
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show around

v.
To introduce someone to some place by visiting various locations: The real estate agent showed us around the house. The guide showed us around the old part of the city.
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Starting in Cork yesterday, where he met ukulele and dance students, Tubs is taking his morning radio show around sh Ireland interviewing kids to appear on the 2017 extravaganza.
Creator and director Vincent Pausanias built an entertaining show around three ideas: exciting rhythms, high performances and comedy.
Figures released by Ofsted show around a third of two-year-olds eligible for free education in England did not benefit from potential funding of more than PS200 million.
At this point, I have roughly the At this point, I have roughly the same chance of recovering from that same chance of recovering from that gag as Ant and Dec have of turning gag as Ant and Dec have of turning this spluttering show around in the this spluttering show around in the next two weeks.
Many locals grow their own plants which go on show around the village.
Cole, 28, was approached to join the show by Cowell's arch-rival Simon Fuller, 52, who launched the show around the world 10 years ago, the Daily Star reported.
He pinched it in the 90s while filming hit travel show Around The World In 80 Days.
PDSA statistics show around 30 per cent of the nation's dogs are overweight or obese, amounting to around 1.95 million fat dogs across the UK.
Tories also claim bureaucracy is hampering the ability of police to patrol the streets and Home Office figures show around 40% of the region's officers are not on frontline duties.
Results from the study show around 11m households (46%) have a grand design in mind for their current property, totalling an estimated pounds 153bn in total to complete.
Home Office statistics show around three-quarters of asylum applications are made by people from countries like Sudan where conflicts are occurring,
THE Racing Post has made its feelings plain about the hopeless planning which allowed the William Hill Blue Riband to be overshadowed by other events, but it was rubbing salt into the wound when Hall Green included a routine maiden event in last night's Sky show around the final.
Any culturally challenged tourist could have told him that, of course, but Millar decided to make a show around this thought.
(These resins show around 30% haze, with correspondingly low surface gloss.) Eventually, there will also be blow molding grades, Carbide says.
Sixteen more ordinary Brits are to be abandoned on an uninhabited Pacific island in the toughest survival show around. And the third series has an unexpected twist - the eight men and eight women will be left at opposite ends of the island, unaware the other group is there.