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English definition of “show sb round/around (sth)”

show sb round/around (sth)

verb uk phrasal verb with show   /ʃəʊ/ us    /ʃoʊ/ (showed, shown)
B1 to go with someone to all parts, or the main parts, of a place that they have not visited before, so that they can see what it is like or learn about it: Let me know when you're coming to Cambridge and I'll show you around. A guide showed us round the exhibition.
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