Noun(1) an indication of potential opportunity(2) castrated bull
Verb(1) direct the course; determine the direction of travelling(2) direct (oneself(3) be a guiding or motivating force or drive
(1) She said the boat's captain was ill so Ramdhanie, eager to steer the boat, had set sail with a two-man crew.(2) He said: ├ö├ç├┐The inspector's inquiry did not give us a clear steer , one way or the other.├ö├ç├û(3) McKay and director David Brown manage to steer a safe course through what is an emotional minefield.(4) Well, you know, I steer a steady course, and I stay that course no matter what the pressure.(5) If the trials had generated a clear steer , one way or the other, there would have been sighs of relief all round.(6) Jou frequently made attempts to steer the conversation toward Rork, but Valen would not allow it.(7) The plane dramatically fell from 27,000 ft to 3,000 ft in just eight minutes as the pilot attempted to steer his way into the Roma airport to land.(8) This is a very responsive boat and inexperienced operators will need to be careful not to over trim and steer a boat that responds so quickly.(9) That is what is at the heart of the Lopdell decision and it is the issue that I want to come back to, so that we can have a clear steer on what the options are for dealing with those anomalies.(10) The pilot attempted to steer the chopper off to the side but he couldn't manage it in time.(11) ├ö├ç├┐To continue to steer a steady course we must hold firm in our demand for discipline in pay setting across the economy,├ö├ç├û added the Chancellor.(12) Despite the inspector's comments on the back of the UDP public inquiry, Asda says the inquiry did not give it a clear steer and it is currently working on revised plans.(13) As should become clear, I steer a course between condemning Forster's nostalgia and embracing it.(14) He sent in a delicate chip on goal which produced a top class save from the Saints goalkeeper, Roy just managing to get a fingertip to the ball to steer Convery's effort to safety.(15) In trying to steer a course between education and entertainment, the show ends up becalmed, devoid of the giddy momentum that insight or cheap thrills would provide.(16) Nawaz, after a streaky boundary to third man off Ganguly, was caught at slip next ball attempting to steer the ball in the same direction.
(1) steer clear of :: 避ける
1. bullock ::
2. wind ::
3. guide ::
Different Formssteer, steerable, steered, steering, steers
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