|Origin:||careen 'to turn a ship over, especially in order to do work on its bottom' (16-21 centuries), from French carène 'bottom of a boat', from Latin carina 'nutshell'; influenced by CAREER1|
ca‧reen [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
to move forwards quickly without control, making sudden sideways movements [= career British English]
careen down/over/along etc
The car careened around the corner.