Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

dirigir in English:

1. steer steer


It's best to steer clear of him.
Of course you can trust me. Have I ever given you a bum steer before?
do you think that large lorries are difficoult to steer?
However, the negotiations still need to be steered in this direction.
That car dealer gave me a bum steer when he told me this used Toyota was in good condition.
We all need a star to steer our lives by.
Hey, steer clear of the boss today, he seems really ticked off about something.
Invest the time and money, if you`ve got to buy a sweatshirt or jacket or whatever, do whatever you have to do, get out and volunteer, be it for the symphony or whatever it might be to make contacts. Now, Volunteer Vancouver would steer you to
She steered the team to victory.
‘David grabbed hold of the steering wheel, trying to steer the car through the furious traffic on the highway.
The main task of the new government will be steer the country towards democracy.
He successfully steered the company for five years.
I steered the conversation towards a different topic.
Sometimes dad puts me in his lap and lets me steer the Jeep
Happy him who with ease can steer, from grave to gay, from lively to severe.

English word "dirigir"(steer) occurs in sets:

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2. to direct to direct



English word "dirigir"(to direct) occurs in sets:

Culture and art - Cultura y arte
Culture and Art - Cultura y Arte
Culture and art