a part or division of a ship, formerly the part containing the steering apparatus.
(in a passenger ship) the part or accommodations allotted to the passengers who travel at the cheapest rate.
the cheapest accommodation on a passenger ship, originally the compartments containing the steering apparatus
an instance or the practice of steering and the effect of this on a vessel or vehicle
noun, Nautical. 1. sufficient speed to permit a vessel to be maneuvered. noun 1. (nautical) enough forward movement to allow a vessel to be steered
verb (used with object) 1. to guide the course of (something in motion) by a rudder, helm, wheel, etc.: to steer a bicycle. 2. to follow or pursue (a particular course). 3. to direct the course of; guide: I can steer you to the best restaurant in town. verb (used without object) 4. to direct […]
noun 1. a person or thing that steers. 2. Informal. a confederate who directs potential customers to a gambling game, brothel, drug seller, etc. steerer
noun 1. the hide of a steer. 2. the leather made from this hide.