What does "just around the corner" mean?
"Just around the corner" is usually used to mean two things: that something is very close physically or nearby, like the location of something; or to indicate that some event or happening will be very soon. In this video, the speaker says "Thanksgiving, as I said, is just around the corner" to mean that Thanksgiving will be happening very soon. Ex: Christmas is just around the corner! Are you excited? Ex: The gas station is just around the corner. You can walk over within five minutes.
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