But the Chinese have shown little interest, of late, in corralling its own hackers—let alone those from another country.
This method of corralling was universal with western freighters.
After corralling a school of sand minnows, they closed them in.
"corralling this fire, of course," Bob panted, dashing at a marauding little flame.
All around me was a leaden glare, the snow clouds "corralling" me in.
If we can do it in that time we may stand a chance of corralling them.
The boarding-houses were corralling the easy dollars of the gamesome lawmakers.
I got out of the road when there was any of the expert business on, such as "cutting out," and "corralling."
Our boys took especial delight in corralling the machine guns.
The chaos about the trains was straightening out, and the men were corralling the wagons, and unharnessing the mules and horses.
1580s, from Spanish corral, from corro "ring," Portuguese curral, of uncertain origin. Perhaps ultimately African, or from Vulgar Latin *currale "enclosure for vehicles," from Latin currus "two-wheeled vehicle," from currere "to run."
1847, from corral (n.); meaning "to lay hold of, collar," is U.S. slang from 1860. Related: Corraled.