Thesaurus / steer


The Mustang Mach-E does not currently have an ability to steer itself, but that is a feature that will be added in the future, according to Ford.
All-wheel steeringOn a typical car, only the front wheels turn when you steer.
He was sentenced in 2019 to three months in prison for accepting payment to steer players toward agents and financial advisers, part of the fallout of the seemingly forever-ago FBI investigation into college hoops corruption.
We might well wish that covid-19 dashboards functioned as both protective barriers and a way to see the information we need to steer ourselves clear of trouble.
It’s Nash’s job to steer Irving toward more ball movement and to make sure that Durant and Harden don’t become bystanders.
It could be that he used you as his excuse to steer her to a hotel.
The site also immediately steers new users to conservative voices and content.
That should help with climate issues at least indirectly, as the nation crucially needs to grapple with its most pressing crises before it can really steer its attention, resources, and political will toward the giant looming one.
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The latter is especially dependent on how American policymakers steer the world’s largest economy—its attempts at recovery will cascade across the rest of the globe, with consequences for every market.


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