English version

take/draw somebody to one side

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake/draw somebody to one sidetake/draw somebody to one sideTAKE/BRINGto take someone away from other people for a short time for a private talk Before they left, Colette took me to one side and warned me about Bernard. side
Examples from the Corpus
take/draw somebody to one sideHe was always taking me to one side, telling me what I should and shouldn't do.Eventually Johnny drew him to one side with a shock-haired young reporter who sported horn-rimmed glasses and a velvet bow-tie.
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