Corner conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: drive, get, turn, handle, attempt to get a sufficient command of, do, drive around a curve, trap, new york times

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
corner
corner
corners
corner
corner
corner
Future Simple
will corner
will corner
will corner
will corner
will corner
will corner
Past Simple
cornered
cornered
cornered
cornered
cornered
cornered
Conditional Simple
would corner
would corner
would corner
would corner
would corner
would corner
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am cornering
are cornering
is cornering
are cornering
are cornering
are cornering
Future Progressive
will be cornering
will be cornering
will be cornering
will be cornering
will be cornering
will be cornering
Past Progressive
was cornering
were cornering
was cornering
were cornering
were cornering
were cornering
Conditional Progressive
would be cornering
would be cornering
would be cornering
would be cornering
would be cornering
would be cornering
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have cornered
have cornered
has cornered
have cornered
have cornered
have cornered
Future Perfect
will have cornered
will have cornered
will have cornered
will have cornered
will have cornered
will have cornered
Past Perfect
had cornered
had cornered
had cornered
had cornered
had cornered
had cornered
Conditional Perfect
would have cornered
would have cornered
would have cornered
would have cornered
would have cornered
would have cornered
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been cornering
have been cornering
has been cornering
have been cornering
have been cornering
have been cornering
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been cornering
will have been cornering
will have been cornering
will have been cornering
will have been cornering
will have been cornering
Past Perfect Progressive
had been cornering
had been cornering
had been cornering
had been cornering
had been cornering
had been cornering
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been cornering
would have been cornering
would have been cornering
would have been cornering
would have been cornering
would have been cornering

Examples of corner

Example in English
He's just right around the corner.
She's got me in the corner And she's put in-- !
Well, you are on a street corner.
When danger lurks around the corner, ""you must dance the safe moments away.""
'lt could be tonight,' he thought... "as he stood in the corner, pretending to have a good time.
He's just right around the corner.
She's got me in the corner And she's put in-- !
Well, you are on a street corner.
When danger lurks around the corner, ""you must dance the safe moments away.""
'lt could be tonight,' he thought... "as he stood in the corner, pretending to have a good time.
If you could find a 100-metre track that did that, I could beat Usain Bolt, cos I could run round corners.
Always spread the marge into the corners, right up to the crust.
America stands alone as the indispensable nation a force for peace, freedom and prosperity on all corners of the globe."
Death lurks in the corners of your past, leaving her marks about your neck?"
Do the corners and you don't have to worry about the middle."
If you could find a 100-metre track that did that, I could beat Usain Bolt, cos I could run round corners.
Always spread the marge into the corners, right up to the crust.
America stands alone as the indispensable nation a force for peace, freedom and prosperity on all corners of the globe."
Death lurks in the corners of your past, leaving her marks about your neck?"
Do the corners and you don't have to worry about the middle."
Close-ups ad lib, to be worked out in detail later, ending with a huge and impressive shot of Dracula, arms upraised, dark cloak billowing in the gale, about to close in on a screaming helpless wretch he has cornered."
During the firm Christmas party, Ms. Kaswell cornered Adam Bay in her office... "and forced him to watch as she ate chocolate cake... in a heightened and lascivious sexual manner."
Even a cornered prey will bite the cat!"
Frenchy moved in and three-cornered the market.
Gerald finally sent the constrictor packing, then turned to his older brother, "who was whimpering with fear, cornered by the jaguar."
The car's cornering balance is near perfect,
'He worked with very fast fighters, 'smaller than himself, who certainly could dance 'and he worked on cornering them.
'Lamborghini and McLaren had both sent technicians to make sure their cars, 'and especially the tyres, could handle the vast heat of constant high-speed cornering.
'This essentially just means 'cornering your opponent against the ropes or in a corner.
'This gives you better cornering and, more importantly, a better ride.'
Close-ups ad lib, to be worked out in detail later, ending with a huge and impressive shot of Dracula, arms upraised, dark cloak billowing in the gale, about to close in on a screaming helpless wretch he has cornered."
During the firm Christmas party, Ms. Kaswell cornered Adam Bay in her office... "and forced him to watch as she ate chocolate cake... in a heightened and lascivious sexual manner."
Even a cornered prey will bite the cat!"
Frenchy moved in and three-cornered the market.
Gerald finally sent the constrictor packing, then turned to his older brother, "who was whimpering with fear, cornered by the jaguar."
The car's cornering balance is near perfect,
'He worked with very fast fighters, 'smaller than himself, who certainly could dance 'and he worked on cornering them.
'Lamborghini and McLaren had both sent technicians to make sure their cars, 'and especially the tyres, could handle the vast heat of constant high-speed cornering.
'This essentially just means 'cornering your opponent against the ropes or in a corner.
'This gives you better cornering and, more importantly, a better ride.'

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