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steer a course/path

to take a series of actions, usually of a particular type, carefully and intentionally: It will be difficult to steer a middle course between the competing claims of the two sides in the conflict.
Translations of “steer a course/path”
in Chinese (Traditional) 採取一系列行動, 遵循路線…
in Chinese (Simplified) 采取一系列行动, 遵循路线…
(Definition of steer a course/path from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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