English version

show/see somebody to the door

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshow/see somebody to the doorshow/see somebody to the doorGOODBYEto take someone to the main way out of a building My secretary will show you to the door. door
Examples from the Corpus
show/see somebody to the doorThey stood to leave and as an afterthought Cobalt got up, too, and saw them to the door.Amy helped him up and showed him to the door while Kath stripped off her gown and gloves.Mrs Teal merely wished that Annie show Lois to the door.Hanmer said as he showed me to the door.I saw him to the door and watched him pace away along the streets he knew better than most others in London.His neighbours, who regard him as a hero, respectfully show you to the door.Then she showed them to the door.My secretary will show you to the door.
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