Phrasal Verbs with 'Show'

Show around

Take someone to a place to show them certain parts

Example: The estate agent SHOWED us AROUND the house but we didn't like it much.

Show in

Take someone into an office or other room

Example: The secretary SHOWED me IN to speak to the manager.

Show off

Behave in a way so as to attract attention

Example: The children were SHOWING OFF and irritated me.

Show off

Display something you are proud of

Example: He wanted to SHOW OFF his new sound system.

Show off

Make the qualities of another thing more apparent

Example: The shirt really SHOWED OFF his new tie.

Show out

Take someone to out of a room or building

Example: Her secretary SHOWED me OUT after the interview.

Show over

Take someone around a site

Example: He SHOWED us OVER the scene of the accident

Show round

Take someone to a place to show them certain parts

Example: The guide SHOWED them ROUND the historic part of the city.

Show through

When a feeling can be seen despite attempts to conceal it

Example: His anger SHOWED THROUGH despite his smile.

Show up

Attend something or arrive somewhere

Example: Very few SHOWED UP at the meeting.

Show up

Become clear or apparent

Example: The downturn in sales SHOWED UP in the company's accounts.

Show up

Make someone feel embarrassed or ashamed

Example: He SHOWED us UP when he arrived drunk and started arguing.