Übersetzung von “corner” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

corner

noun countablecorner /ˈkɔrnər/
the angle where two lines, walls, etc. come together
angle masculine , coin masculine

an armchair in the corner of the room
un fauteuil dans l'angle de la pièce

at the top left-hand corner of the page
dans l'angle / le coin supérieur gauche de la page
a point where two roads cross
angle masculine , coin masculine

Meet me at the corner of Lexington and 53rd.
Retrouve-moi à l'angle de Lexington et de la 53ème rue.

the bank on the corner
la banque qui fait l'angle / au coin de la rue

I saw him as I turned the corner.
Je l'ai vu alors que je tournais le coin de la rue.
a small private or peaceful place
coin masculine

a distant corner of the island
un coin retiré de l'île
around the corner
very soon
pour bientôt

Her birthday is just around the corner.
Son anniversaire est pour très bientôt.
very close
tout près

I can bring it to you - I live just around the corner.
Je peux te l'apporter ; j'habite tout près.
out of the corner of your eye
indicates you are not looking directly at sth or sb
du coin de l'œil

I saw something out of the corner of my eye.
J'ai vu quelque chose du coin de l'œil.
very soon
pour bientôt

Her birthday is just around the corner.
Son anniversaire est pour très bientôt.
very close
tout près

I can bring it to you - I live just around the corner.
Je peux te l'apporter ; j'habite tout près.

(Übersetzung von “corner” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

corner

noun /ˈkoːnə/

a point where two lines, walls, roads etc meet

coin
the corners of a cube
the corner of the street.

a place, usually a small quiet place

coin
a secluded corner.

in football, a free kick from the corner of the field

corner
We’ve been awarded a corner.
cornered adjective

having (a given number of) corners

à (…) coins
a three-cornered hat.

forced into a position from which it is difficult to escape

acculé
A cornered animal can be very dangerous.
cut corners

to use less money, effort, time etc when doing something than was thought necessary, often giving a poorer result.

travailler à l’économie
turn the corner

to go round a corner.

tourner le/au coin (d’une rue)

to get past a difficulty or danger

passer le moment critique
He was very ill but he’s turned the corner now.

corner

verb

to turn a corner

prendre un virage
He cornered on only three wheels
This car corners very well.

(Übersetzung von “corner” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)