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  1. steady

    • IPA[ˈstɛdi]

    英式

    • adj.
      firmly fixed, supported, or balanced; not shaking or moving;not faltering or wavering; controlled
    • v.
      make or become steady
    • exclamation
      used as a warning to someone to keep calm or take care
    • n.
      a person's regular boyfriend or girlfriend;a strut for stabilizing a caravan or other vehicle when stationary.
    • noun: steady, plural noun: steadies

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. firmly fixed, supported, or balanced; not shaking or moving:

      the lighter the camera, the harder it is to hold steady

      he refilled her glass with a steady hand

    • 2. not faltering or wavering; controlled:

      a steady gaze

      she tried to keep her voice steady

    • 3. (of a person) sensible, reliable, and self-restrained:

      a solid, steady young man

    • 4. regular, even, and continuous in development, frequency, or intensity:

      a steady decline in the national birth rate

      sales remain steady

    • 5. not changing; regular and established:

      I thought I'd better get a steady job

      a steady boyfriend

    • 6. (of a ship) moving without deviation from its course.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make or become steady:

      I took a deep breath to steady my nerves

      by May prices had steadied

    • exclamation
    • 1. used as a warning to someone to keep calm or take care:

      Steady now! We don't want you hurting yourself

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person's regular boyfriend or girlfriend:

      his steady chucked him two weeks ago

    • 2. a strut for stabilizing a caravan or other vehicle when stationary.
    • ph. used as a way of exhorting someone to calm down or be more reasonable in what they are saying or doing

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    • adj. (of a person) moderate and sensible in behaviour; level-headed.

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    • n. an unvarying condition in a physical process, especially as in the theory that the universe is eternal and maintained by constant creation of matter.

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    • ph. have a regular romantic or sexual relationship with someone

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    • ph. used as a way of exhorting someone to calm down or be more reasonable

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    • adj. (of a person) moderate and sensible in behavior; levelheaded.

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    • n. an unvarying condition in a physical process, especially as in the theory that the universe is eternal and maintained by constant creation of matter.

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    • ph. have a regular romantic or sexual relationship with a particular person

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    • IPA[ˈstedē]

    美式

    • adj.
      firmly fixed, supported, or balanced; not shaking or moving:
    • the lighter the camera, the harder it is to hold steady

      he refilled her glass with a steady hand

    • v.
      make or become steady:
    • I took a deep breath to steady my nerves

      by the beginning of May prices had steadied

    • excl.
      used as a warning to someone to keep calm or take care:
    • Steady now! We don't want you hurting yourself
    • n.
      a person's regular boyfriend or girlfriend:
    • his steady chucked him two weeks ago

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