steering

All Noun Verb
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  • His career continued in the field, steering towards more senior research positions.
  • They also chair the majority party's steering committee in the House.
  • The four-spoke steering wheel of the concept car was replaced by a three spoke design.
  • For example, rear-wheel steering may not be as impossible as has been claimed.
  • The interior design saw little change aside from a new steering wheel.
  • I was steering the ball, and I know better than that.
  • The pre-production vehicles quickly developed, without the central steering and complex body panels.
  • However, he did state that the car's lack of power-assisted steering was a problem.
  • Power steering was also available for the first time.
  • Behind the left front seat can be seen a steering wheel and monitor.
  • Social steering can also be outside the economic institutions of real-estate a government policy decisions to build projects.
  • She was eventually able to correct the steering problem and withdraw on her own power.
  • The current begins steering from the right leg of the circuit to the left one.
  • Some types of housing projects can be taken as examples of steering.
  • It can make perfect U-turns and park very easily, thanks to its independent four-wheel steering.
  • A steering committee is a committee that provides guidance, direction and control to a project within an organization.
  • Having lost power and all steering control five minutes later, Vincennes was dead in the water within minutes.
  • Early Formula One race cars used steering wheels taken directly from road cars.
  • He is a former member of the group's Steering Committee.
  • The strut can also have the steering arm built into the lower outer portion.
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Root form of steering is steer for the verb.

Synonyms of steering

Meaning of steering

  • noun The act of setting and holding a course
    a new council was installed under the direction of the king
  • noun The act of steering a ship
  • verb Direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
  • verb Direct (oneself) somewhere
    Steer clear of him