|1.||[ verb ] (transportation) direct the course; determine the direction of travelling|
|Synonyms:||point maneuver steer head channelize manoeuvre direct manoeuver channelise 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.||[ verb ] take somebody somewhere|
|Synonyms:||take lead direct conduct|
"We lead him to our chief" "can you take me to the main entrance?" "He conducted us to the palace"
|Related terms:||mislead usher beacon hand leader usher|
|3.||[ verb ] be a guiding force, as with directions or advice|
"The teacher steered the gifted students towards the more challenging courses"
|Related terms:||direct guidance tip|
|4.||[ noun ] a model or standard for making comparisons|
|Related terms:||model rhythm|
|5.||[ noun ] (work) someone employed to conduct others|
|Related terms:||escort usherette lead|
|6.||[ noun ] (writing) something that offers basic information or instruction|
|Related terms:||handbook field_guide travel_guidebook roadbook|
|7.||[ noun ] someone who shows the way by leading or advising|
|Related terms:||leader tour_guide cicerone|
|8.||[ verb ] use as a guide|
"They had the lights to guide on"
|9.||[ verb ] guide or pass over something;|
|Synonyms:||pass run draw|
"He ran his eyes over her body" "She ran her fingers along the carved figurine" "He drew her hair through his fingers"
|Related terms:||rub thread thread wipe circulate go_around string run|
|10.||[ noun ] someone who can find paths through unexplored territory|
|Related terms:||expert trailblazer hunting_guide|