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Noun
A sharp bend in a road
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“Jason turned a corner into a road, around a train station, and down another road into a subway.”
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The area inside a room or other space near the place where two walls or other surfaces meet
“I did as I was told and placed myself in a chair near the corner of the room.”
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A difficult or awkward situation
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“Backed into a corner, a choice was made because I no longer had a choice not to.”
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A location or area, especially one regarded as secluded or remote
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“They spent their days outside in the streets and at community centers, getting to know each corner of the neighborhood well and spending much time together.”
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A part, section or aspect of something
“Becoming super-fit changed every corner of my life for the better.”
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An event or discovery representing an important stage or juncture
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A kick awarded to the attacking team when the ball leaves the field of play by wholly crossing the goal line without a goal having been scored, having last touched a player from the defending team
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Cornerman
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A place where roads or railway lines cross
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Exclusive control over the trade or production of a commodity or service through exclusive possession
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Variety store
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A road or passage from which no exit is possible
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To force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape
“A resident called the police, who arrived to help corner the horse into the fenced school oval.”
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To stop and confront (with questions or accusations)
“Stopping in at the next church, she would corner the minister with her arguments as to the inspiration of the Scriptures.”
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To obtain a monopoly of
“You do this because you want people to eat proper food, not because you want to corner the market and be the only supplier.”
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To restrain or to keep in check
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Distress
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To take possession of
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To seize or capture someone or an animal
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To cause to fail or to leave hopelessly puzzled, confused, or stuck
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To hold or engage the attention of
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To move to face in another direction
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