show (one) to (something or some place)

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show (one) to (something or some place)

To escort, lead, or direct one to some particular thing or place. The security guard showed the troublemaker to the door. Please present your ticket to one of the ushers, and they will show you to your seat. Please show the guests to the dining room.
See also: show

show someone to a seat

 and show one to one's seat
to lead or direct someone to a place to sit. May I show you to your seat, sir? The ushers showed us to our seats politely and efficiently.
See also: seat, show
References in classic literature ?
Afterwards I stopped strangers on the highway with an offer to show her to them through the kitchen window, and I doubt not the first letter I ever wrote told my mother what they are like when they are so near that you can put your fingers into them.