take around

take around(
teyk
 
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raund
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to show around)
a. enseñar el sitio
Jose Luis took me around my first day on the job.José Luis me enseñó el sitio mi primer día en la oficina.
b. acompañar a ver
I'd be happy to take you around the cathedral once you've had lunch.Me encantaría acompañarlos a ver la catedral una vez que hayan almorzado.
c. acompañar a visitar
Ferran took us around the Jewish Quarter of Girona while our friends were preparing dinner.Ferrán nos acompañó a visitar el barrio judío de Gerona mientras nuestros amigos preparaban la cena.
2. (to bring to)
a. llevar a
I'll take that package around to your place this afternoon.Llevaré ese paquete a tu casa esta tarde.
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