English version

take a bend/fence/corner etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake a bend/fence/corner etctake a bend/fence/corner etcDRIVEto try to get over or around something in a particular way He took the bend at over 60 and lost control. take
Examples from the Corpus
take a bend/fence/corner etcRiding to hounds, taking fences and obstacles along a route dictated by the fox is a very skilled activity.But Jack managed to have Bailey taking a corner - and then Bailey heading the flag-kick into the net.He was also taking fencing, just because it was new and different.Vi took a corner seat farthest away from the door.We took a corner table and sat down.They take corners to the far post and have a direct shot at goal from a free kick.Next time she came ... He began fantasising and had to take avoiding action 81 when he took a corner too wide.Lucker has not been taking corners well.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.
Word of the day atypical not typical or usual