corral (someone or something)

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corral (someone or something)

To steer or guide someone or something into a particular place. The dog corralled the sheep back into their pen.
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corral someone or something

Fig. to herd someone or something into a corral or other enclosed space. It took the cowboys two hours to corral the mustangs. The nursery school teacher herded the kids off the playground and corraled them in the classroom.
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The documentary shows RSPCA officers struggling to corral one of Clwyd's black ponies into a horse box before being forced to leave for the day, and spending much of the next day repeating the farce after firing a tranquilliser into its body.
Continuing to provide bait, DEC staff then slowly bring in and set up the corral one section at a time.