Meaning of “take sb round (sth/somewhere)” in the English Dictionary

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"take sb round (sth/somewhere)" in British English

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take sb round (sth/somewhere)

phrasal verb with take uk /teɪk/ us /teɪk/ verb took, taken

B2 to walk through a building or visit a place with someone, showing them the most interesting or important parts:

You will be taken round the museum by one of the guides.

More examples

  • It's nice visiting a city if you have someone to take you round.
  • Yves will take you round and introduce you to your new colleagues.

(Definition of “take sb round (sth/somewhere)” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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