Definition of ster
1. steer [ v ] direct the course; determine the direction of travellingUsed in print:
(Clayton C. Barbeau, The Ikon....)
With leather cups fitted in his handlebars , he steered his bicycle .Synonyms guide point maneuver steer head channelise manoeuver channelize direct manoeuvre manouevre Related Terms control park navigate stand_out navigate corner dock channel starboard sheer pull_over conn crab driving maneuver head guidance bearing guide maneuverer forefront helmsman steering
2. steer [ v ] direct (oneself) somewhere
Examples: "Steer clear of him"
(Howard J. Parad, "Preventive casework: problems...)
In steering the family toward ego-adaptive and away from maladaptive responses , the worker uses time-honored focused casework techniques of specific emotional support , clarification , and anticipatory guidance .
(James D. Horan, The Shadow Catcher....)
Let Old_Knife come_up and kill you and your people , or would you steer him on someone else '' ?
(R. Leslie Gourse, With Gall and Honey....)
Rachel steered me along toward a school for young boys beginning to study the Torah .Synonyms steer Related Terms control travel
3. steer [ v ] be a guiding force, as with directions or advice
Examples: "The teacher steered the gifted students towards the more challenging courses"
(Samuel Elkin, "The Ball Player," Nugget, 6: 5...)
I 'm not steering you wrong .Synonyms guide steer Related Terms direct guidance tip
4. steer [ n ] an indication of potential opportunity
Examples: "he got a tip on the stock market" "a good lead for a job"
5. Steer [ n ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 28291Synonyms Steer
6. steer [ n ] castrated bullSynonyms steer bullock Related Terms cattle
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