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To go somewhere with someone or something - thesaurus

Synonyms

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

formal 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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accompany

verb

formal to go with someone to a place or event

bring

verb

to make someone or something come to a place or be in a place

bring along

to take someone or something with you when you go somewhere

bring round

to take someone or something somewhere, especially to someone’s house

bundle

verb

to make someone go to a particular place by pushing them in a quick, rough way

cart off

informal to take someone somewhere, especially to a prison or hospital

chaperone

verb

to go somewhere with a young woman or group of children as their chaperone

come along

to go somewhere with someone

convey

verb

formal to move someone or something from one place to another

drag

verb

to make someone leave or go to a place when they do not want to

drop

verb

to take someone to a place in a car, usually without getting out of the car yourself

escort

verb

to go somewhere with someone in order to be certain that they arrive at the right place

frogmarch

verb

if two people frogmarch you somewhere, they force you to walk there while each of them holds one of your arms tightly

guide

verb

to show someone which direction they should walk or travel in by going with them

guide

verb

to physically help someone to move in a particular direction

herd

verb

to move people as a group from one place to another

in tow

if you have someone in tow, they are following you because you are taking them somewhere

latch onto

to go with someone who does not want to be with you

lead

verb

to walk, drive, fly, sail etc in front of a group of people, vehicles, planes, ships etc

lead

verb

to take or pull a person or animal somewhere by holding onto them or onto something fastened to them

leave

verb

to arrange for someone to stay in a place or with a particular person

leave behind

to not take someone or something with you when you go somewhere

march

verb

to force someone to walk somewhere with you, for example by holding their arm

parade

verb

to make someone walk around so that people will look at them and often laugh at them

pick up

to take someone who is waiting by the road into your vehicle and take them somewhere

pluck

verb

to take someone quickly from a particular place or situation

put

verb

to make someone go to a place

race

verb

to take someone somewhere quickly

run

verb

informal to take someone somewhere in your car

rush

verb

to take or send someone or something somewhere in a hurry

see

verb

to go with someone because you want to make sure that they arrive somewhere

see yourself out

to go with someone to the door when they are leaving in order to say goodbye to them

show

verb

to lead someone somewhere, for example because they do not know where to go

show around

to lead someone around a place for the first time, so that they can see all parts of it

show in

to lead someone into a room where they are going to meet other people

show out

to lead someone to the door by which they leave a place

show over

to lead someone around a place in order to show them how interesting or attractive it is

speed

verb

to take someone somewhere quickly

steer

verb

to control the direction in which someone moves by putting your hand on them

stick with

to stay close to someone and go with them wherever they go, especially so that they can help or protect you

string along

British to go somewhere with someone, especially because you have nothing else to do

swarm

verb

to go somewhere as part of a large crowd

tag along

to go somewhere with someone else although you are not needed

throng

verb

if people throng somewhere, a lot of them go there

under escort

with an escort

urge

verb

to make a person or animal move in a particular direction

usher

verb

to lead someone politely somewhere, for example into a room or towards a seat

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a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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