Idiom: take (someone) aside / pull (someone) aside
— I tried all evening to take the artist aside but everyone was also trying to talk to her.
— I was so happy when the team leader took me aside and said my project was outstanding.
— Could you please pull that woman aside so we can talk to her about her order. There's been a mix up unfortunately.
— We need to take the director aside for a moment and let her know that the keynote speaker got into an accident on the way here and cannot participate.
— I was shocked when my husband took me aside to explain the woman I was just talking to was his ex-fiancé.
— I felt someone pull me aside and whisper that my father had died but I don't remember anything else that happened that day.
— Why didn't you take me aside and tell me my credit card was declined instead of yelling it so loudly that everyone stared at me?
— Let's take that group aside so the police can interview them privately.
— I pulled the manager aside to complain about our room and he upgraded us to a suite.
— My teacher took me aside and quietly told me that I'd failed the test but that she'd give me a chance to retake it next week.
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