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corner

美 [ˈkɔrnər]
英 [ˈkɔː(r)nə(r)]
  • n.角;拐角;街角;墙角
  • v.转弯;拐弯;使(人或动物)走投无路;逼…入绝境
  • adj.在拐角处的;适于拐角地方的;(美式足球)翼卫的
  • 网络角落;角球;转角
复数:corners  现在分词:cornering  过去式:cornered  
corner
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n.
建筑物;物体;形状of building/object/shape
1.
a part of sth where two or more sides, lines or edges join
the four corners of a square
正方形的四个角
Write your address in the top right-hand corner of the letter.
把你的地址写在信的右上角。
I hit my knee on the corner of the table.
我的膝盖撞到桌子角上了。
A smile lifted the corner of his mouth.
他的嘴角挂着微笑。
a speck of dirt in the corner of her eye
她眼角里的一点灰尘
有…角-cornered
2.
有…角的;涉及…群体的with the number of corners mentioned; involving the number of groups mentioned
a three-cornered hat
三角帽
a three-cornered fight
三方争斗
房间;箱子of room/box
3.
角;墙角;壁角the place inside a room or a box where two sides join; the area around this place
There was a television in the far corner of the room.
房间那一头的墙角里摆着一台电视机。
a corner table/seat/cupboard
靠墙角的桌子╱座位╱橱柜
道路of roads
4.
街角;拐角a place where two streets join
There was a group of youths standing on the street corner .
有一群年轻人站在街角。
Turn right at the corner of Sunset and Crescent Heights Boulevards.
在夕阳街和新月山庄大街路口向右转。
There's a hotel on/at the corner of my street.
我住的那条街拐角上有一家旅馆。
The wind hit him as he turned the corner .
他在街角一拐弯,狂风就向他袭来。
5.
(道路的)急转弯a sharp bend in a road
The car was taking the corners too fast.
那车急转弯时开得太快。
地区;区域area/region
6.
(有时指偏僻或难以到达的)区域,地区a region or an area of a place (sometimes used for one that is far away or difficult to reach)
She lives in a quiet corner of rural Yorkshire.
她居住在约克郡乡间一个僻静的地方。
Students come here from the four corners of the world.
学生从世界各地来到这里。
He knew every corner of the old town.
他熟悉这座古镇的每个角落。
困境difficult situation
7.
[ususing]
困境;窘境a difficult situation
to back/drive/force sb into a corner
把某人逼入困境
They had got her in a corner, and there wasn't much she could do about it.
他们把她逼得走投无路,而且她也没有什么办法脱身。
He was used to talking his way out of tight corners .
他惯于凭借口才摆脱困境。
体育运动in sport
8.
角球a free kick or hit that you take from the corner of your opponent's end of the field
to take a corner
开角球
The referee awarded a corner.
裁判员判给了一次角球。
9.
场角;(场角处的)辅助人员any of the four corners of a ring ; the supporters who help in the corner
IDM
Her house is just around the corner.
她的房子就在附近。
There were good times around the corner(= they would soon come) .
好时光很快就会来临。
(just) around/round the corner
很近;在附近very near
Her house is just around the corner.
她的房子就在附近。
There were good times around the corner(= they would soon come) .
好时光很快就会来临。
cut corners
(常不按规则或省略地)用最简捷经济的方式做事,图省事;(做事)走捷径to do sth in the easiest, cheapest or quickest way, often by ignoring rules or leaving sth out
cut the corner
走捷径;抄近道to go across the corner of an area and not around the sides of it, because it is quicker
Out of the corner of her eye, she saw him coming closer.
她用眼一瞟,见他正向她走过来。
see sth out of the corner of your eye
偶然瞟见;睨视to see sth by accident or not very clearly because you see it from the side of your eye and are not looking straight at it
Out of the corner of her eye, she saw him coming closer.
她用眼一瞟,见他正向她走过来。
turn the corner
(患病时期)转危为安,脱离危险,好转;渡过难关;脱离困境to pass a very important point in an illness or a difficult situation and begin to improve
v.
使落入圈套trap sb
1.
[t][oftpass]
~ sb/sth
使(人或动物)走投无路;逼…入绝境to get a person or an animal into a place or situation from which they cannot escape
The man was finally cornered by police in a garage.
那人最终被警方逼到了车库里。
If cornered, the snake will defend itself.
蛇在被逼得走投无路时会自卫。
2.
[t]
~ sb
硬要走近想与(某人)说话to go towards sb in a determined way, because you want to speak to them
I found myself cornered by her on the stairs.
我发觉她在楼梯上迎面过来非要与我说话。
市场the market
3.
[t]
~ the market (in sth)
垄断(某种货品的交易)to get control of the trade in a particular type of goods
They've cornered the market in silver.
他们垄断了白银市场。
车辆;司机of vehicle/driver
4.
[i]
转弯;拐弯to go around a corner
The car has excellent cornering(= it is easy to steer around corners) .
这汽车的转弯性能极佳。

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