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steer1 British & World English

Guide or control the movement of (a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft), for example by turning a wheel or operating a rudder

steer2 British & World English

Another term for bullock.

steer English Thesaurus

he steered the boat slowly towards the busy quay

bum steer British & World English

A piece of false information or unhelpful guidance

red steer British & World English

A destructive fire on scrubland or in a forest, especially one that spreads rapidly

steer clear of British & World English

Take care to avoid or keep away from

steer a middle course British & World English

Adopt a policy which avoids extremes

steer clear of in steer1 British & World English

Take care to avoid or keep away from

drive-by-wire British & World English

A semi-automatic and typically computer-regulated system for controlling the engine, handling, suspension, and other functions of a motor vehicle

steer-by-wire in drive-by-wire British & World English

A semi-automatic and typically computer-regulated system for controlling the engine, handling, suspension, and other functions of a motor vehicle

steer a middle course in middle British & World English

Adopt a policy which avoids extremes

steer clear of in steer English Thesaurus

you'd best steer clear of him—he's a nasty piece of work