veer into (someone or something)

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veer into (someone or something)

To turn or swerve very suddenly and forcefully into someone or something, especially in a reckless manner. Police shot the tire out on the suspect's car, causing it to veer into the side of a building. I was so distracted that I veered right into my math teacher, Mr. Adams.
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WHAT caused a dad-to-be to veer into the path of oncoming traffic on the opposite side of the carriageway will never be known, an inquest heard.
I MISTAKENLY veered into a cycle lane the other day (no big deal, I thought, considering how many times THEY veer into mine) and was pulled over by some snotty copper, who told me that in four weeks' time motorists who did what I did would get a PS60 fine and three points.