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To go somewhere with someone or something

come

verb

to go somewhere with someone

drive

verb

to take someone somewhere in a vehicle that you are driving

walk

verb

to go somewhere with someone on foot in order to be sure that they safely reach the place

deliver

verb

to take someone to a place where they will be guarded or looked after

conduct

verb

to take someone somewhere

bring

verb

to take someone or something from one place and have them with you when you arrive somewhere else

escort

verb

to go somewhere with a person, vehicle, ship etc in order to protect them or to prevent them from escaping

haul off

to take someone away to a place they do not want to go

shepherd

verb

to take someone to a place that you want them to go to

lead

verb

to show someone the way to a place by going there with them

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