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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A large oil truck collided with six vehicles on Route 150 in Shizuoka on Saturday after veering into the oncoming lane, injuring 11 people, police said.