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steady  Verb
Plural: steadies
  1. Translate "steady" to Spanish: estabilizar, calmar los ánimos de, distender
    English Synonyms of "steady": balance, calm, de-escalate, make stable, stabilize, distend, stretch, stabilise
    Define meaning of "steady": Make steady. ; Support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace.
  2. Steady yourself.
    Brace your elbows while working on the potter's wheel.

  3. Translate "steady" to Spanish: balancear, sostener, contrabalancear
    English Synonyms of "steady": balance, bring into equilibrium, put in balance, equalize, neutralize, stabilize
    Define meaning of "steady": Support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace.
  4. Brace your elbows while working on the potter's wheel.

  5. Translate "steady" to Spanish: estabilizarse
    English Synonyms of "steady": become stabilized, become stable, get stable, get steady, stabilise, stabilize

steady  Noun
  1. Translate "steady" to Spanish: novio, persona con la que se sale regularmente
    English Synonyms of "steady": boy friend, boyfriend, sweetheart, regular and exclusive date, body and soul, old man, patootie, sweet patootie

steady  Adjective
  1. Translate "steady" to Spanish: estable, fijo, consistente
    English Synonyms of "steady": stable, well-grounded, firm, firm-positioned, fixed in position, well-balanced, stabile, steadfast
    Define meaning of "steady": Marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable. ; Securely in position; not shaky.; Not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall.
  2. Firm convictions.
    A firm mouth.
    Steadfast resolve.
    A man of unbendable perseverence.
    Unwavering loyalty.
    Held the ladder steady.
    Stocks are still firm.

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  3. Translate "steady" to Spanish: constante, continuo, permanente
    English Synonyms of "steady": incessant, constant, continuous, non-stop, persistent, unceasing, unremitting
    Define meaning of "steady": Relating to a person who does something regularly. ; Marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable. ; Not subject to change or variation especially in behavior. ; Persistent in occurrence and unvarying in nature.
  4. A regular customer.
    A steady drinker.
    Firm convictions.
    A firm mouth.
    Steadfast resolve.
    A man of unbendable perseverence.
    Unwavering loyalty.
    A steady beat.
    A steady job.
    A steady breeze.
    A steady increase.
    A good steady ballplayer.
    Maintained a constant temperature.
    A constant beat.
    Principles of unvarying validity.
    A steady breeze.

  5. Translate "steady" to Spanish: sensato, prudente
    English Synonyms of "steady": prudent, reasonable, sensible, sound, common-sense, well-advised, wise
    Define meaning of "steady": Not easily excited or upset.
  6. Steady nerves.

  7. Translate "steady" to Spanish: regular
    English Synonyms of "steady": regular
    Define meaning of "steady": Relating to a person who does something regularly.
  8. A regular customer.
    A steady drinker.

  9. Translate "steady" to Spanish: inflexible, inconmovible, inquebrantable
    English Synonyms of "steady": adamant, dogged, hard-faced, hard-set, hard-shell, hard-shelled, inflexible, steadfast
    Define meaning of "steady": Not capable of being swayed or diverted from a course; unsusceptible to persuasion.

Verb Conjugation for "steady"
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