• place where two surfaces meet; angle
• hold at bay; gain advantage on the market; approach; catch, trap
• a corner is a place where two sides or edges of something meet.
• a corner is also a place where a road bends sharply or meets another road.
• if you corner a person or animal, you get them into a place or situation that they cannot escape from.
• if you corner a market or other area of activity, you gain control of it so that nobody else can succeed in it.
• if you are in a corner or if you have been pushed into a corner, you are in a difficult situation.
• if you cut corners, you do something quickly by doing it less thoroughly than you should.
• flag used to mark the corner boundary of a soccer field
• situation in soccer in which a player kicks the ball into play from the corner of the field
corner of the eye
• edge of the eye, outskirts of one's plane of vision
• (british) convenience store, mini-mart
• a corner shop is a small shop, usually on the corner of a street, that sells food and household goods.
• stone which forms the corner of a building (often set in place during a ceremony); basic part, main part, foundation
corner the market
• have a monopoly on a certain product; gain control over
around the corner
• nearby, very close, at hand; imminent, about to happen
curled up in his corner
• crouched down in his corner, isolated
cut a corner
• ignore details, do a hasty job and forget details ...