take (one) through (something or some place)(redirected from take you through)
take (one) through (something or some place)
1. To guide or escort one through something or some place. My parents are visiting for the weekend, so I want to take them through the city tomorrow. Tom here will take you through the office to give you a sense of the place.
2. To help one understand or complete some process. I had to call customer service to take me through the installation process. I'd be happy to take you through the steps to set up a new account.
take someone through (something)
to escort someone through something or some place. Would you mind taking Jerry through the factory? I would be happy to take him through.