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
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What I really liked about him was that he was instantly asking for the ball, hungry to show something to the crowd and that's what we've been crying out for from some other players.
Such occasions occur in life but we have to continue our work with tolerance, patience and persistence and it is the opportunity to show something to the nation.
It was done because they wanted to show something to the world and Modi wanted to show something to India," Khurshid said, adding that Modi had a great panache for quick fixes.
But at least Judith's bit of luck gave Irish viewers of the show something to dream about.
Jack Weprin of the same firm said he has buildings that are in such bad shape, "if we knew we were going to get a major reduction, we would have been able to show something to the lender and save the building."