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To turn the corner, To take to one's heels


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'To turn the corner' means 'to change the opinion.

'To take to one's heels' is used in the place of 'to run away'.


Sample Usage

He turned the corner by passing the examinations with good marks.

On seeing the police, the thief took to his heels.


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