show (one) around

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show (one) around

To guide someone through and introduce them to 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. Do you want to come while I show her around?
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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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We have a city to be proud of so let us show you around.
Just get comfortable and use all your senses to discover the design and quality of this new model from Toyota, or ask an Auris expert to show you around.
Santa's Elves will let you pat real reindeer, show you around the toy factory where they work, and introduce you to the man himself, before you head off down a 100ft toboggan slide.
I'll show you around the house and take you to your room; then, when you're settled, you can come down and have tea,'' she said cheerfully.
Daphne, the all-nude tour operator (she's very Pythonesque and relatively tasteful) will show you around.