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English definition of “corral”

corral

verb [T]     /kəˈrɑːl/ US  /-ˈræl/ (-ll-)
to move horses or cattle into a corralAnimal farming - general words to bring a group of people together and keep them in one place, especially in order to control them: Police corralled most of the demonstrators in a small area near the station.Forming groups (of people)
(Definition of corral verb from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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