Word: corner

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Synonyms: corner

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: corner

spanish
pico, esquina, angular


german
ecke, nische, kante, zipfel, winkel

french
encoignure, recoin, acculer, acculons, corner, ...

italian
cantone, cantuccio, spigolo, angolo

portuguese
nicho, canto, esquina

dutch
hoek, nis

russian
скупать, закоулок, рог, уголок, угол, ...

norwegian
nisje, vinkel

swedish
hörn, vinkel, vrå

finnish
kolkka, kulma, komero, soppi, nurkkaus, ...

danish
hjørne, afkrog

czech
rohový, kout, koutek, roh, zákoutí

polish
narożnik, naroże, wierzchołek, korner, zakątek, ...

hungarian
fordulat, falkiszögellés, égtáj, saroklemez, fészek, ...

turkish
köşe, hücre

greek
γωνία, στριμώχνω

ukrainian
куток, ріг, кут, закуток

albanian
cep

estonian
osalus, nurk, tänavanurk

croatian
ćošak, ugao, kut

latin
angulus

lithuanian
kampas

latvian
stūris, kakts

macedonian
нишата

romanian
col, alcov, colţ

slovak
roh

Popularity stats: corner

Most searched by regions

Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, South Carolina, Massachusetts

Most searched by cities

McLean, Fairfax, Arlington, Washington, Alexandria

The meaning and "use of": corner

noun
  • a place or angle where two or more sides or edges meet.
  • a part, region, or area, especially one regarded as secluded or remote.
  • each of the diagonally opposite ends of the ring, where a contestant rests between rounds.
  • each of the two parallel sides of home plate, which are perceived as defining the vertical edges of the strike zone.

verb
  • force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape.
  • control (a market) by dominating the supply of a particular commodity.
  • (of a vehicle or driver) go around a bend in a road.

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