whisk (one) around
1. To physically move one around some place very quickly or frenetically. I don't really feel like we had a proper dance—he just whisked me around the room all evening.
2. To guide or direct one around some place very quickly or frenetically. It was a terrible tour—they whisked us around various parts the city so fast that I can barely even remember them. The boss whisked me around the office building so I could see the layout before showing me where I would be working.
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whisk someone around
to move someone around rapidly from place to place. I didn't get much chance to see the city. They just whisked me around. We whisked around the visitor from place to place.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.