(just) around the corner Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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(just) around the corner

C2 not ​far away, or going to ​happensoon: There's a ​greatrestaurant just around the corner. I'm ​feeling a little ​depressed at the ​moment, but I'm ​sure good ​times are just around the corner.
(Definition of (just) around the corner from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “(just) around the corner”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不远,就在附近, 即将来临…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不遠,就在附近, 即將來臨…
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