Turn the Corner


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Turn the Corner

Informal; to begin to recover. For example, an economy may be said to have turned the corner after a recession when GDP starts to grow again.
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It is striped with strips of pale granite that are projected over the lawn and help to turn the corner between park and pedestrian street.
It is a home for someone who wants a grand estate with historical significance, but also wants to be able to turn the corner and have the excitement and culture of Miami at their fingertips.
We didn't want to give him the opportunity to turn the corner, because if he turns the corner, he'll rip you apart.