English version

at the helm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat the helmat the helma) IN CHARGE OFin charge of something We have a new prime minister at the helm. b) guiding a ship or boat helm
Examples from the Corpus
at the helmHe feels like the captain of a sleeping ship, alone at the helm, steering his oblivious crew through dangerous seas.After Smith's departure, his deputy Nick Logan began a glittering career at the helm.The 1992 Five Nations Championship will, therefore, be his fourth at the helm.In a decade and a half at the helm, O'Neil transformed the company's image.There was no panic, no shouting, just well-directed, sensible work while I kept at the helm, maintaining course.Norton also criticized the control board for studying whether the city should put a city manager at the helm.Mitchell at the helm, Sanders and his fancy footwork, Moore and his mind-blowing numbers.There is nobody at the helm of the corporate ship, because there is no helm.That means Mr Maxwell will remain at the helm of the club at least for the short term.
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