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steer

US [stɪr]
UK [stɪə(r)]
  • v.引导;控制;操纵;驾驶(船、汽车等)
  • n.建议;劝告;忠告;阉公牛
  • Web掌舵;掌握方向
Simple Present:steers  Present Participle:steering  Past Tense:steered  
steer
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth /sb) (+ adv./prep.)
驾驶(船、汽车等);掌控方向盘to control the direction in which a boat, car, etc. moves
He steered the boat into the harbour.
他把船开进港。
He took her arm and steered her towards the door.
他抓住她的胳膊,把她带往门口。
You row and I'll steer.
你划桨,我来掌舵。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth) (+ adv./prep.)
行驶to move in a particular direction
The ship steered a course between the islands.
船在岛屿之间穿行。
The ship steered into port.
船驶进港口。
3.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
操纵;控制;引导to take control of a situation and influence the way in which it develops
He managed to steer the conversation away from his divorce.
他设法避开他离婚这话题。
She steered the team to victory.
她率领全队取得胜利。
The skill is in steering a middle course between the two extremes.
本领就在于避开这两个极端,走中间路线。
n.
1.
[sing]
建议;劝告;忠告a piece of advice or information that helps you do sth or avoid a problem
Can anyone give me a steer on this?
有人能就这一点给我个建议吗?
2.
[c]
阉公牛;肉用公牛a bull (= a male cow) that has been castrated (= had part of its sex organs removed), kept for its meat

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