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 ?
Think, then, what a passion it becomes with a guide, whose privilege it is, every day, to show to strangers wonders that throw them into perfect ecstasies of admiration!
New Orleans was the original host city for WasteExpo 2006, but Hurricane Katrina forced the show to relocate, bringing it back to Las Vegas for the second year in a row.
MTNA also partnered with several organizations to bring the show to Cincinnati's Music Hall in 2004.
Some exhibitors host a product rollout during the show to highlight their newest offering.
On Monday, European officials met at the air show to discuss possible state loans to Airbus for its proposed A350.
"It varies from show to show," says Nancy Coyne, CEO of the theatrical ad agency Serino Coyne.
Equipment World usually stages these events during the spring and fall, organizing a show to commemorate an anniversary in company history or to promote a new product line or a new selection of vendors.
There was an assumption afoot that once we had a show to call our own, we would unilaterally embrace it.
"But I'm really going to have a unique opportunity on the National Public Radio (NPR) show to delve into the kind of work that I think does not get enough attention.
SML will fly customers to Austria during the show to see the process.
"We do our best to make this a positive, comfortable experience for our speakers," says Burros, who notes that bright lights and cameras can be intimidating at first--something to which yours truly can attest after appearing on the show to talk about the widely known Eden Alternative for "bringing life to nursing homes."
In January, Lee, who said he was speaking for himself and not an entire race, told the Television Critics Association that he believed the show to be "really hateful towards blacks." He also said The PJs showed no love for black culture.
While trade shows can generate new sales and bring you face-to-face with valuable business contacts, you can generate just the opposite effect with a single mistake--for instance, selecting the wrong show to display your product.
From a production standpoint, the live call-in show is the easiest type of show to put on the air.
PH: I had proposed the "Paris-New York" show to the Guggenheim in the '60s but had received no response.