Steer

A castrated male being reared for meat, a bullock.

steer

  1. an indication of potential opportunity
  2. castrated bull

Steer

A castrated male bovine showing no secondary sex characteristics.
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Steer

Castrated male bovine.
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Steer

• (v. i.) To direct a vessel in its course; to direct one`s course. • (a.) A young male of the ox kind; especially, a common ox; a castrated taurine male from two to four years old. See the Note under Ox. • (n.) To direct the course of; to guide; to govern; -- applied especially to a vessel in the water. • (n.) A helmsman, a pil...
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steer

(from the article `cattle`) In the terminology used to describe the sex and age of cattle, the male is first a bull calf and if left intact becomes a bull; if castrated he ... [3 related articles]
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steer

noun castrated bull
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Steer

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steer

[Verb] To guide in a chosen direction.
Example: Marion got ready to steer the truck into the narrow driveway.
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Steer

Steer intransitive verb 1. To direct a vessel in its course; to direct one's course. 'No helmsman steers .' Tennyson. 2. To be directed and governed; to take a direction, or course; to obey the helm; as, the boat steers easily. « Where the wind Veers oft, a...
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Steer

Steer noun [ Middle English steer , Anglo-Saxon ste├│r ; akin to D. & German stier a bull, Old High German stior , Icelandic stjōrr , ...jōrr , Swedish tjur , Danish tyr , Goth. stiur , Russian tur' , Pol. tur
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Steer

Steer transitive verb To castrate; -- said of male calves.
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Steer

a bull that has been castrated for better meat production
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Steer

A castrated bull.
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Steer

A castrated male bovine showing no secondary sex characteristics.
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steer

A castrated male bovine. Bull calves not kept for breeding are castrated while still young and raised for beef. Castration makes them easier to handle and produces better-flavored meat.
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steer

a castrated male ox, especially one raised for beef.
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steer

A male bovine castrated early in life, usually as a calf.
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steer

A young male of the ox kind; especially, a common ox; a castrated taurine male from two to four years old. See the Note under Ox. ... Origin: OE. Steer, AS. Steor; akin to D. & G. Stier a bull, OHG. Stior, Icel. Stjorr, jorr, Sw. Tjur, Dan. Tyr, Goth. Stiur, Russ. Tur', Pol. Tur, Ir. & Gael. Tarbh, W. Tarw, L. Taurus, Gr, Skr. Sthra strong,...
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Steer

Bovine male castrated prior to puberty.
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Steer

castrated male bovine (cow). Steers are raised and fed well to provide meat.
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Steer

castrated male.
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Steer

Male calf castrated before secondary sex characteristics are developed.
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Steer

See Bullock.
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Steer

Steer is a name for a male ox of any age. The term is synonymous with bullock, and is especially applied to a castrated male ox reared for beef production.
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