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steer a course

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsteer a coursesteer a courseBEHAVEto choose a particular way of doing something Managers were allowed to steer their own course. The government chose to steer a middle course between the two strategies (=chose a strategy that was not extreme). steer
Examples from the Corpus
steer a courseIt was not easy to steer a course between absolute pacifism and revolutionary violence.It is hard for doctors to steer a course between everyone's different requirements.
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