Is there a decent alternative for the word "drop" in context of helping someone by giving them a lift to a place?
I'm writing an article in health care field. I'm looking for a word that is used for a person who accompanies a patient in hospital. I once saw the specific word for that in an article but I can't ...
I learned the word, “whip smart” and that there is an idiom, “smart as a whip” for the first time from the following passage of November 26 New York Times’ article that came under the headline, “King ...