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Sentence count:231+12 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-22Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: cattleconductdirectdriveguidehandleheadleadmanageregulaterunSimilar words: volunteersteepsteelself-esteemstep by stepsheerdeerpeerMeaning: [stɪr /stɪə] n. 1. an indication of potential opportunity 2. castrated bull. v. 1. direct the course; determine the direction of travelling 2. direct (oneself) somewhere 3. be a guiding force, as with directions or advice. 
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1 Try to steer the light boat to the big ship so that we can be picked up.
2 It took Mary weeks learning how to steer into the garage.
3 We need to steer clear of this poverty of ambition, where people want to drive fancy cars and wear nice clothes and live in nice apartments but don't want to work hard to accomplish these things.
4 Try to steer the light boat towards the big ship so that we can be picked up.
5 I have to steer by him; he's my boss.
6 It takes a skilled pilot to steer the ship through.
7 The government chose to steer a middle course between the two strategies .
8 Jack dabbed his rope on the steer.
9 His parents warned him to steer clear of trouble.
10 He will steer a middle course between pacifism and revolution.
11 His doctor advised him to steer clear of alcohol.
12 They warned their children to steer clear of drugs.
13 Managers were allowed to steer their own course.
14 Helen tried to steer the conversation away from herself.
15 I can steer you to the best hotel in the city.
16 This car is very easy to steer.
17 It will be difficult to steer a middle course between the competing claims of the two sides in the conflict.
18 You are perfectly correct in trying to steer your mother towards increased independence.
19 Politicians are often obliged to steer a course between incompatible interests.
20 I try to steer a middle course between keeping control of the project and giving responsibility to others.
21 Try to steer the boat for the harbor.
22 He tried to steer the conversation away from the topic of money.
23 Most parents try to steer a middle course between imposing very strict discipline and letting their kids run wild.
24 He managed to steer the discussion away from the subject of money.
25 Schools no longer steer girls towards arts subjects.
26 Whoever recommended this software gave you a bum steer,[] I'm afraid.
27 Students need someone to steer them through the mass of courses offered to them, to choose the best ones for their needs.
28 I'm trying to lose weight so I have to steer clear of fattening foods.
29 Lieutenant Campbell ordered the man at the wheel to steer for the gunboat.
30 Yes, your new car is very beautiful, but it's hard to steer.
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