- to seize; capture.
- to collect, gather, or garner: to corral votes.
Origin of corral
How to use corral in a sentence
In 2020—when bike sales rose by 50%, according to the NPD Group, and bike use increased despite the pandemic-triggered drop in overall commuting—New York City failed to install a single new bike corral, according to public records.E-Bikes Are Taking Off—But We Need to Make Space for Them|Patrick Lucas Austin|January 22, 2021|Time
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.The Awakening of the Desert|Julius C. Birge
The boarding-houses were corralling the easy dollars of the gamesome lawmakers.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
"We'll have a pleasant time corralling that gang," began Billy for the third time.Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up|Clarence Edward Mulford
"Corralling this fire, of course," Bob panted, dashing at a marauding little flame.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White
After corralling a school of sand minnows, they closed them in.Green Eyes|Roy J. Snell