Translation of steady in Spanish:
adjective -dier, -diest
- 1 (not shaky)(gaze)you need steady nerves for that jobwith a steady hand you need a very steady handhay que saber mantener la calma para hacer ese trabajohold the camera steady she isn't very steady on her feethay que tener mucho pulsothis vehicle is steady on curvesle flaquean las piernasno camina con paso seguroeste vehículo es muy estable en las curvasExample sentences
- His hand, usually steady, is shaking; he must not let his agitation show.
- There is an uneasy sensation akin to loss of control, a whirlwind that trips my balance, sweeps me off my steady feet and into a foggy daze at odd times of the day.
- He was able to grab hold of a ledge and when he got a steady footing of his balance he turned to his right to find the drop ship making a slow bank and heading back the path they came.
- Darre turned his cool green eyes on Carl, who faltered under his steady gaze.
- John's gaze was steady and unblinking as he stared into his daughter's blazing eyes.
- Who could have known that such this young boy possessed such extraordinary fighting skills, much more have it under steady control?
- 2 2.1 (constant)(breeze/rain/speed)(flow/stream)(improvement/decline/increase)(prices)she's had a steady stream of visitors this morningthe pound remained steady against the dollaresta mañana ha recibido visitas continuamente or sin pararthe patient is making steady progress 2.2 (regular) (before noun) steady boyfriend steady girlfriendla libra permaneció estable or sin cambio frente al dólar2.3 (dependable)novia (feminine)Example sentences
- He was one of the most sensible and steady people I've known, and not as humourless as that sounds.
- That would allow Isaac Smith to remain in the No.3 role, where he's steady and reliable.
- Poets are the most down-to-earth, loyal, steady people that have ever been.
- The steady decline and deterioration continued at an accelerated pace.
- During the seventeenth century Ireland, continuing its steady decline, came increasingly under England's rule.
- Most visitors came to inspect the institution in the first three years of its existence, but a steady stream continued to come in the years following.
- My boyfriend at the time was not in a steady job and was confused as well.
- I've believe the exodus of good steady manufacturing jobs are at the crux of the spiritual disenfranchisement we are experiencing in our nation.
- But suddenly, in this economy, nursing looks more attractive, the prospect of a steady job with guaranteed work at the end of a degree.
transitive verb -dies, -dying, -died
- 1.1 (make stable) (table/ladder) (by holding) I put a wedge under it to steady itto steady oneselfle puse un calce debajo para que no se moviera or para que quedara firme1.2 (make calm) she had a drink to steady her nervesrecobrar el equilibriothey have a steadying influence on himse tomó una copa para calmarsetienen un efecto tranquilizante sobre élExample sentences
- I buried my head in my hands and tried to take a few steadying deep breaths to calm my nerves.
- He took a deep breath, steadying his voice as it rose slowly in hysteria.
- She interrupted, taking a deep breath and steadying her legs underneath her.
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