What is the meaning of the phrase “around the corner”?

The idiom “around the corner” is used to refer to a location that is very close. So, for example, if a park is very close to a grocery store, then someone may say that the park is “just around the corner”.

Example of “around the corner” in a sentence

"The pizza place is very close by - it's just
around the corner!"

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