present participle of stare
Equipment used to control direction; something used to steer.
‘I hit a rock with my car and broke the steering.’;
The act of one who stares.
a. & n. from Steer, v.
(used of eyes) open and fixed as if in fear or wonder;
the act of guiding or showing the way
without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers;
‘an arrant fool’; ‘a complete coward’; ‘a consummate fool’; ‘a double-dyed villain’; ‘gross negligence’; ‘a perfect idiot’; ‘pure folly’; ‘what a sodding mess’; ‘stark staring mad’; ‘a thoroughgoing villain’; ‘utter nonsense’;
the act of setting and holding a course;
‘a new council was installed under the direction of the king’;
with a stare;
‘`quoi?' asked Blanchard, staring’;
the act of steering a ship
Staring is a prolonged gaze or fixed look. In staring, one object or person is the continual focus of visual interest, for an amount of time.
Steering is a system of components, linkages, etc. that allows a vehicle to follow a desired course.