English version

turn the corner

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishturn the cornerturn the cornerIMPROVEto start to become successful or to feel better or happier, after a time when you have been unsuccessful, ill, or unhappy We knew Dad had turned the corner when he started complaining about the hospital food. corner
Examples from the Corpus
turn the cornerTheir car had hardly turned the corner when the mob arrived and smashed the house to pieces.A superior actor might have turned the corner on this film.Willie caught sight of them as he turned the corner.I watched him until he turned the corner.He turned the corner toward home and heard the familiar, booming bark from the garage.He faced Main Street, where a black hearse turned the corner.I ran on down the road and when I turned the corner I was at the shops.I thought by January we would turn the corner.
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