direct the course of a ship or a vehicle
"he got a tip on the stock market"
"a good lead for a job"
"Steer clear of him"
"The teacher steered the gifted students towards the more challenging courses"
Bulls will generally be heavier than steers.
The public must give a clear steer..as to which route the [police] service should follow.
Two skilful helmsmen on the poop to steer.
出自： W. Falconer
The man who steers a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
出自： R. MacNeil
That inner compass we require to steer our life.
You should steer clear of all that foggy talk in your speech.
I'd steer clear of him for a while, he's in a really bad mood at the moment.
Don't steer clear of us; nobody is going to hurt you.
The ship steered for the open seas.
We turned the car round and steered for home.
我们掉转车头,朝家驶去。 steer sth for sth
Try to steer the boat for the harbour.
学习怎样把车开进库里花了玛丽几周时间。 steer sth into sth
The fool steered the boat into the harbour wall and broke the beams!
那傻瓜驾船撞在了港湾壁上,把船横梁撞断了。 steer sb into sth
He tried to steer her into the bedroom, but she understood his intentions and refused to move.
他试图引她进卧室,可她明白他的意图,不肯去。 steer sb into sth/v-ing
It's no use trying to steer the boy into a course of action that suits you.
Father tried to steer Jim into becoming a musician.