steer

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} yönlendirmek
{f} dümenle idare etmek
yol göstermek
yöneltmek
yöneltme
abramak
steering committae yönetim kurulu
(Askeri) dümende olmak
direksiyonda olmak
dümen tutmak
hadım öküz
{i} öküz

Kasap bir öküz leşinin kemiğini çıkarıyordu. - The butcher was deboning a steer carcass.

haber
dümen kullanmak
{f} yönelt
yönetmek
seyretmek
bilgi

O araba satıcısı bu kullanılmış Toyota'nın iyi durumda olduğunu söylediğinde bana yanlış bilgi vermiş. - That car dealer gave me a bum steer when he told me this used Toyota was in good condition.

dümenle yönetmek
{i} dümen
yönelt(mek)
{f} sürmek
dümen dinlemek
hab
steer clear of sakınmak
sevk ve idare etmek
steering gear dümen
{f} into -e yöneltmek: What steered you into medicine?
{i} iğdiş edilmiş boğa
{f} den. dümende olmak, dümen kullanmak
{f} yönetilmek
doğrultmak
(Askeri) Hava önlemesinde, yakın hava desteği ve hava tacizinde "bana ulaşmak için (veya...) manyetik yönlendiriciyi ayarlayın" anlamında kod
uzak durmak

İlk randevuda, hassas konulardan uzak durmak en iyisidir. - On a first date, it's best to steer clear of touchy subjects.

yanaşmamak
{f} idare etmek
{i} dana
direksiyon kullanmak
birini istediği yöne çekmek

Televizyon ilettigi bilgilerle insanlari kontrol altinda tutmakla beraber istedigi yöne cekebiliyor.

steer wrestling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) Boğa güreşi
steer off
saptırmak
steer to
yöneltmek
steer to the left
sol yapmak
steer clear of
kaçınmak
steer angle
açı yönlendirmek
steer away
uzağa yönlendirmek
steer clear of
sakınmak

Ondan sakınmak en iyisi. - It's best to steer clear of him.

steer s.o./s.t. away from
birini/bir şeyi -den başka tarafa çekmek/yöneltmek
steer axle
direksiyon aksı
steer axle
(İnşaat) direksiyon aksı, dingil
steer clear
(deyim) steer clear of someone/sth. sakinmak,uzak durmak,kacinmak
steer clear of
k.dili. -den uzak durmak
steer clear of
-i (bir yerlere) çarpmadan götürmek
steer for
yönelmek
steer for
gitmek
steer s.o./s.t. away
birini/bir şeyi -den başka tarafa çekmek/yöneltmek
steer through
-den geçirmek
steer up
yukarıya yönelmek
steering
direksiyon

Karlı bir yolda direksiyonu o şekilde çevirirsen, kayarsın. - If you whip the steering wheel around like that on a snowy road, the car is going to go into a slide.

Bir arabanın bir direksiyon simidi vardır. - A car has one steering wheel.

steering
yönetim
steering
idare
steering
sevk ve idare etme
steering
(Otomotiv) kumanda
steering
yönlendirme
steering
dümen
steering
abrama
steering
yönlendirerek
steering
(Askeri,Teknik) dümen tutma
steering
{f} yönlendir
steering
dümen kullanma
roll steer
yönlendirmek roll
steering
Dümen ya da direksiyon kullanma, idare, sevk ve idare etme, yönetim
bum steer
yanlış bilgi

O araba satıcısı bu kullanılmış Toyota'nın iyi durumda olduğunu söylediğinde bana yanlış bilgi vermiş. - That car dealer gave me a bum steer when he told me this used Toyota was in good condition.

give smb. the bum steer
yanlış bilgi vermek
steerable
{s} idare edilir
steerable
{s} yönetilebilir
İngilizce - İngilizce
To direct a conversation
A suggestion about a course of action

I tried to give you the steer, but I guess I didn't get it over. Everybody knew it but you. (Mark Hellinger, 1939, The Roaring Twenties).

To direct a group of animals
To guide the course of a vessel, vehicle, aircraft etc. (by means of a device such as a rudder, paddle, or steering wheel)

When planning the boat trip we had completely forgotten that we needed somebody to steer.

To maneuver or manipulate a person or group into a place or course of action

Hume believes that principles of association steer the imagination of artists.

The castrated male of cattle, especially one raised for beef production
{n} a young bullock
{v} to direct a course
direct (oneself) somewhere; "Steer clear of him"
A young male of the ox kind; especially, a common ox; a castrated taurine male from two to four years old
To direct the course of; to guide; to govern; applied especially to a vessel in the water
To direct a vessel in its course; to direct one's course
To guide the course of a vessel, vehicle, aircraft etc. (by means of a device such as a rudder, paddle, or steering-wheel)
direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
If you steer someone in a particular direction, you guide them there. Nick steered them into the nearest seats. = guide
If you steer clear of someone or something, you deliberately avoid them. I think a lot of people, women in particular, steer clear of these sensitive issues. A young ox, especially one castrated before sexual maturity and raised for beef. a young male cow whose sex organs have been removed bullock, heifer heifer
be a guiding force, as with directions or advice; "The teacher steered the gifted students towards the more challenging courses"
A helmsman, a pilot
See the Note under Ox
If you steer people towards a particular course of action or attitude, you try to lead them gently in that direction. The new government is seen as one that will steer the country in the right direction
To conduct one's self; to take or pursue a course of action
A rudder or helm
direct the course; determine the direction of travelling direct (oneself) somewhere; "Steer clear of him
When you steer a car, boat, or plane, you control it so that it goes in the direction that you want. What is it like to steer a ship this size? When I was a kid, about six or seven, she would often let me steer the car along our driveway
an indication of potential opportunity; "he got a tip on the stock market"; "a good lead for a job"
{f} cause a vehicle to move in a particular direction (by means of a wheel, rudder, etc.); guide, direct, advise
To be directed and governed; to take a direction, or course; to obey the helm; as, the boat steers easily
castrated bull
{i} young ox; bull that has been castrated and raised for beef
To castrate; said of male calves
If you steer a particular course, you take a particular line of action. Prime Minister Hun Sen has sought to steer a course between the two groups see also steering
steer clear
To avoid; to dodge; to sidestep

You should steer clear of water that has not been boiled or filtered when traveling there.

steer wrestling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) 1. Bulldogging2. A rodeo event in which a horse-mounted rider chases a steer, drops from the horse to the steer, then wrestles the steer to the ground by twisting its horns
steer clear of
distance
steer one's way
pave the way, clear the way
steer roping
capturing a steer with a lasso
bum steer
bad advice, regardless of intention

He never, so far as I knew, gave me a bum steer.

shuffle steer
To steer a vehicle controlled by a steering wheel in a manner that transfers grip from one hand to the other as the wheel is turned. Contrasted with shoulder steer which maintains grip at the same locations on the wheel as it is turned
steering
Present participle of steer
steering
Equipment used to control direction, something used to steer

I hit a rock with my car and broke the steering.

steers
plural form of steer
steers
Third person singular simple present of to steer
torque steer
A pull of a front wheel drive car's steering to one side (ie. away from straight ahead) when accelerating. This is an undesirable phenomenon and arises from the drive line components that take the engine's power to the two wheels
steering
Steering is the term applied to the collection of components, linkages, etc. which will allow a vessel (ship, boat) or vehicle (car, motorcycle, bicycle) to follow the desired course. An exception is the case of rail transport by which rail tracks combined together with railroad switches (and also known as 'points' in British English) provide the steering function
skid-steer loader
A skid loader or skid-steer loader is a small rigid frame, engine-powered machine with lift arms used to attach a wide variety of labor-saving tools or attachments
steerable
capable of being steered or directed
steerable
{s} capable of being steered, guidable, directable
steerable
Capable of being steered
steerable
Capable of being steered; dirigible
steered
past of steer
steerer
Someone or something that steers
steerer
{i} one who causes a vehicle to move in a particular direction (by means of a wheel, rudder, etc.)
steerer
One who steers; as, a boat steerer
steering
the act of setting and holding a course; "a new council was installed under the direction of the king"
steering
the act of guiding or showing the way
steering
The steering in a car or other vehicle is the mechanical parts of it which make it possible to steer
steering
A steering committee or a steering group is a group of people that organizes the early stages of a project, and makes sure it progresses in a satisfactory way. There will be an economic steering committee with representatives of each of the republics. the parts of a car, boat etc that allow you to control its direction
steering
Related to controlling direction, describing something used to steer
steering
{i} act of causing a vehicle to move in a particular direction (by means of a wheel, rudder, etc.)
steering
The illegal practice of directing members of minority groups to, or away from, certain areas or neighborhoods; Channeling See Fair Housing
steering
The channeling of prospective buyers or renters, based on race or other prohibited class, to or away from specific neighborhoods
steering
The illegal practice of channeling homeseekers interested in equivalent properties to particular areas, either to maintain the homogeneity of an area or to change the character of an area to create a speculative situation This practice makes certain homes unavailable to homeseekers on the basis of race or national origin, and on these grounds it is prohibited by the provisions of the federal fair housing act Steering is often difficult to detect, however, because the steering tactics can be so subtle that the homeseeker is unaware that his or her choice has been limited Steering could be a licensee's use of a word, phrase or act that is intended to influence the choice of a prospective property buyer on a discriminatory basis
steering
The illegal channeling of prospective home purchasers or renters by a real estate broker or salesperson into racially homogeneous neighborhoods and actively discouraging them away from neighborhoods of different racial or ethnic composition
steering
the act of steering a ship the act of setting and holding a course; "a new council was installed under the direction of the king
steering
the act of steering a ship
steering
The illegal practice of channeling home seekers to particular areas, either to maintain the homogeneity of an area or to change the character of an area, which limits their choices of where they can live
steering
an additional torque that is applied to change the path of the ski from the path of pure carving   The torque causes a pivoting action, such that steering always adds a skidding motion to the ski   Steering is applied to decrease the radius of an otherwise puree carved turn
steering
from Steer, v
steers
plural of steer
steer