blind corner


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Noun1.blind corner - a street corner that you cannot see around as you are driving
street corner, turning point, corner - the intersection of two streets; "standing on the corner watching all the girls go by"
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blind corner

n (Brit) → svolta cieca
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Mr Krol said that Ms Allen, a part-time cleaner, passed him before overtaking several other vehicles just before the blind corner.
But his role has never been filled since and children and parents have been left to cross the road, on a blind corner, alone.
The 35-year-old delivery driver said: "Sometimes it can difficult to avoid giving someone a shower if you're coming round a blind corner. But I can promise that it wasn't me on this occasion!"
* Realigning the kerbline outside the Cricketers Arms to remove a blind corner
She said: "I was coming down the road from Woodhead Road and a large transit van was coming up at the point of the blind corner accident spot, and was taking up most of the road.
Mother Debbie Pattenden said: "When you drive around the cars, you end up on the wrong side of the road on a blind corner. It won't be long until someone is killed."
The Madrassa Islamia Razvia at 219 and 221 Alexander Road, Acocks Green, attracts up to 200 people to Friday prayers with their cars blocking the narrow road with a blind corner.
The boy then overtook a car on a blind corner and sped through a stop sign before abandoning the car and running off.
The thought of more accidents to pedestrians at this busy junction is frightening as it's a blind corner.
"He was driving like a maniac and overtook three cars on a blind corner at 75mph.
James Spencer, 29, was seen overtaking four cars on a blind corner after reaching the crazy speeds in his Ford Focus ST.
However, after a concerted effort by villagers, who raised concerns over road safety as the inn sits on a blind corner, Northumberland County Council rebuffed the grocery giant in February.