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ˈkɔːnə Listen
  • a place or angle where two sides or edges meet.
    E.g. Jan sat at one corner of the table
  • a location or area, especially one regarded as secluded or remote.
    E.g. fountains are discovered in quiet corners and sleepy squares
  • a position in which one dominates the supply of a particular commodity.
    E.g. London doesn't have a corner on film festivals
  • a difficult or awkward situation.
    E.g. I didn't wait for the prosecutor to try to get me in a corner
  • a place kick taken by the attacking side from a corner of the field after the ball has been sent over the byline by a defender.
    E.g. he put a corner kick deep into the heart of the Southampton penalty area
  • each of the diagonally opposite ends of the ring, where a contestant rests between rounds.
    E.g. when the bell sounded he turned to go back to his corner
  • a triangular cut from the hind end of a side of bacon.
  • force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape.
    E.g. the man was eventually cornered by police dogs
  • control (a market) by dominating the supply of a particular commodity.
    E.g. whether they will corner the market in graphics software remains to be seen
  • (of a vehicle) go round a bend in a road.
    E.g. no squeal is evident from the tyres when cornering fast
corner kick
  • another term for corner (sense 5 of the noun).
    E.g. Kavanagh lofted a corner kick

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