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Meaning of “on/at every corner” in the English Dictionary

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on/at every corner

in many ​places along the ​streets of a ​town or ​city: After the ​game, ​police were ​stationed on every ​corner.
(Definition of on/at every corner from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “on/at every corner”
in Chinese (Simplified) (城里街上)各个路口,各个街角,到处…
in Chinese (Traditional) (城裡街上)各個路口,各個街口,到處…
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