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Meaning & Definition of Steady in English

English

Steady

/stɛdi/

noun

1. A person loved by another person

    synonym:
  • sweetheart
  • ,
  • sweetie
  • ,
  • steady
  • ,
  • truelove

verb

1. Make steady

  • "Steady yourself"
    synonym:
  • steady
  • ,
  • calm
  • ,
  • becalm

2. Support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace

  • "Brace your elbows while working on the potter's wheel"
    synonym:
  • brace
  • ,
  • steady
  • ,
  • stabilize
  • ,
  • stabilise

adjective

1. Not subject to change or variation especially in behavior

  • "A steady beat"
  • "A steady job"
  • "A steady breeze"
  • "A steady increase"
  • "A good steady ballplayer"
    synonym:
  • steady

2. Not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall

  • "Stocks are still firm"
    synonym:
  • firm
  • ,
  • steady
  • ,
  • unfluctuating

3. Securely in position

  • Not shaky
  • "Held the ladder steady"
    synonym:
  • steady

4. Marked by firm determination or resolution

  • Not shakable
  • "Firm convictions"
  • "A firm mouth"
  • "Steadfast resolve"
  • "A man of unbendable perseverence"
  • "Unwavering loyalty"
    synonym:
  • firm
  • ,
  • steadfast
  • ,
  • steady
  • ,
  • stiff
  • ,
  • unbendable
  • ,
  • unfaltering
  • ,
  • unshakable
  • ,
  • unwavering

5. Relating to a person who does something regularly

  • "A regular customer"
  • "A steady drinker"
    synonym:
  • regular
  • ,
  • steady

6. Not easily excited or upset

  • "Steady nerves"
    synonym:
  • steady

adverb

1. In a steady manner

  • "He could still walk steadily"
    synonym:
  • steadily
  • ,
  • steady

Examples of using

This bridge looks steady.