steer

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
steer

Third-person singular
steers

Past tense
steered

Past participle
steered

Present participle
steering

  1. To steer is use a rudder, wheel, or paddle to decide which way something will travel.
    The driver gripped the wheel tightly to steer the car around a corner.
  2. To steer is to set a direction.
    He was able to steer the group through the difficult changes.

Noun[change]

Singular
steer

Plural
steers

  1. A steer is a young bull or ox that has been castrated and raised for beef.