There are 2 translations of steer in Spanish:

steer1

Pronunciation: /stɪr; stɪə(r)/

n

  • 1 1.1 (young bull) novillo (m)
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    • Beef cattle sold included steers, heifers not kept for replacements, and market bulls and cows.
    • Organizers plan to slaughter fed cattle, Holstein steers and cows at the plant and produce specialty beef for Jewish and Muslim markets.
    • English has cattle, cows, bulls, bullocks, heifers, steers, oxen, and a few more [and spot who has never been good on where ox ends and oxen begin].
    1.2 (castrated bull) buey (m)
  • 2 (tip, advice) (AmE) [slang/argot], dato (m) a bum steer un pésimo dato

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There are 2 translations of steer in Spanish:

steer2

vt

  • 1.1 [vehicle/plane] dirigir*, conducir*; [ship] gobernar* the truck was steering a straight course el camión avanzaba en línea recta the captain steered (a course) for home el capitán puso rumbo a casa we must steer a moderate course tenemos que adoptar una línea moderada to steer one's way abrirse* paso to steer one's way through the crowd abrirse* paso entre la multitud she steered her way through the difficulties fue sorteando las dificultades he steered his way into port entró a puerto 1.2 (guide) llevar, conducir* she steered the conversation around to the subject of money llevó or desvió la conversación hacia el tema del dinero they're steering investment away from traditional industries están desviando or alejando la inversión de las industrias tradicionales
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    • I attempted to steer the conversation towards another course.
    • Dennis Bergkamp swings in a free-kick from the left, Gilberto flicks it goalwards and it fizzes narrowly wide. Patrick Vieira lunged in an attempt to steer the ball home, but to no avail.
    • After thirty minutes, she attempted to steer the conversation away from himself before she went insane.

vi

  • 1.1 [Naut] estar* or ir* al timón; [Auto] ir* al volante to steer by a compass/the stars guiarse* por la brújula/las estrellas he steered south/for the harbor navegó hacia el Sur/con rumbo al puerto I steered toward the left [Auto] giré el volante hacia la izquierda to steer clear of sth/sb evitar algo/a algn steer well clear of them no tengas nada que ver con ellos, evítalos a toda costa I'd steer clear of that part of town yo no me metería en esa parte de la ciudad 1.2 (handle) [vehicle] the new model steers effortlessly el nuevo modelo tiene muy buena dirección, el nuevo modelo es muy fácil de conducir or (esp AmL) de manejar
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    • The free swiveling nose wheel is steered by differential brakes, rudder and throttles and the aircraft is very maneuverable on the ground.
    • They probably incapacitated the flight crews, then took over the controls and steered the aircraft into their targets, the experts said.
    • The rudder is all what you have to steer the airplane.
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    • The driver steered into trees and bushes at the side of the road to try to slow the vehicle.
    • The charioteers were crack units of specially-trained frogmen who sat astride a 30 ft-long torpedo which they steered into enemy harbours.
    • After detecting objects using a front-mounted camera, the obstacle's presence is noted by the Linux-based computer, and the bike steers around it.

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Word of the day mandíbula
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Cultural fact of the day

Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.