Does the preposition 'to' in the following sentence mean 'in the direction to/of'?
The waiter showed them to their table.
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So both are possible at the end, 'to' and 'of', with 'in the direction ...'
Normally the employee will show you to your table, meaning they will walk with you to the table. They don't just point in a direction. They will get you seated and then either take your drink order or announce the day's specials, etc.