Definition of gud
1. guide [ v ] direct the course; determine the direction of travellingUsed in print:
(The Oregonian, [Portland],...)
Tim_Larson , a junior at Wilson High_School and president of Spice-Nice , is the young executive who guided his firm to the top-ranking position over the 4500 other Junior Achievement companies in the United_States and Canada .
Participants in the 27 Portland companies worked one night a week through the school_year , guided and counseled by adult advisors drawn from local business and industry .
(The Miami Herald...)
This Sunday those attending the second session will hear a lecture by Kern on the world situation ; a review of the philosophy of Communist leaders by Ted_Slack , another real_estate_agent who became interested as a philosophy major at the University of Miami ; and talks on how their Christian faith can guide them in learning about and fighting Communism during high_school and college days , by Ted_Place , director of Greater_Miami_Youth for Christ , and Jon_Braun , director of Campus_Crusade_for_Christ .
(Dog World, 46:4...)
`` Your aids are your attitude , which comes through your voice , your hands and legs - voice to encourage , discourage or whatever the need may be ; hands to guide or restrain ; legs to produce motion and rate of speed .
(Lilian Pompian, "Tooth-Straightening Today"...)
Abnormal pressure , applied over a period_of_time , produces a change in the bony deposit , so a tooth functions normally in the new position into which it has been guided .Synonyms guide point maneuver steer head channelise manoeuver channelize direct manoeuvre manouevre Related Terms control park navigate stand_out navigate channel dock corner starboard sheer pull_over conn crab driving maneuver head guidance bearing maneuverer forefront helmsman steering
2. guide [ v ] take somebody somewhere
Examples: "We lead him to our chief" "can you take me to the main entrance?" "He conducted us to the palace"
(Max F. Millikan and Donald L. M. Blackmer,...)
National_leaders will have_to display the highest skills of statesmanship to guide their people through times of uncertainty and confusion which destroy men 's sense of identity .
Our technical assistance to these countries should place special emphasis on inducing the central governments to assume the role of advisor and guide which at an earlier stage foreign experts assumed in dealing with the central governments .
(Glayds H. Barr, The Master of Geneva....)
Slowly , like a man grown old , he took Eli 's hand and led him below to the tower study , guiding him to a chair beside the little hearth where a fire still burned .Synonyms take lead guide direct conduct Related Terms mislead usher beacon hand leader usher
3. guide [ v ] be a guiding force, as with directions or advice
Examples: "The teacher steered the gifted students towards the more challenging courses"
(Barry Goldwater, "A Foreign Policy for America"...)
There was the Polish Revolution which we misunderstood and then helped guide along a course favorable to Soviet interests .
(Ralph B. Long. The Sentence and Its Parts: A...)
In the written_language then can be underlined or italicized to guide the reader here , but much of the time the written_language simply depends_on the reader 's alertness , and a careless reader will have to back_up and reread .
(Committee for Economic Development, Distressed...)
There is a need for an expanded Federal effort to provide research and information to help guide state education departments and local school_boards in existing programs .Synonyms guide steer Related Terms direct guidance tip
4. guide [ n ] a model or standard for making comparisonsUsed in print:
(M. Yokoyama et al., "Chemical and serological...)
The unstained strips were then marked , using the stained ones as a guide , and cut transversely so as to separate the various protein bands .Synonyms guide templet template Related Terms model rhythm
5. guide [ n ] someone employed to conduct othersUsed in print:
(John Harnsberger and Robert P. Wilkins,...)
At Fort_Garry some of the_Swiss also decided to cast their lot with the United_States , and in 1823 several families paid guides to take them to Fort_Snelling .Synonyms guide usher Related Terms escort usherette lead
6. guide [ n ] something that offers basic information or instructionUsed in print:
(The Times-Picayune, [New Orleans]...)
Teaching guides are included with each record .Synonyms guide guidebook Related Terms handbook field_guide travel_guidebook roadbook
7. guide [ n ] someone who shows the way by leading or advisingSynonyms guide Related Terms leader tour_guide cicerone
8. guide [ v ] use as a guide
Examples: "They had the lights to guide on"
9. guide [ v ] guide or pass over something;
Examples: "He ran his eyes over her body" "She ran her fingers along the carved figurine" "He drew her hair through his fingers"
10. guide [ n ] someone who can find paths through unexplored territorySynonyms pathfinder guide scout Related Terms expert trailblazer hunting_guide
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