English version

have/get a corner on something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/get a corner on somethinghave/get a corner on somethingBBTSELLto be the only company, organization etc that has a particular product, ability, advantage etc London does not have a corner on film festivals. The company admitted reducing prices to get a corner on the market. corner
Examples from the Corpus
have/get a corner on somethingAny other old drunk would have got a corner on the fourth page.
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