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Translation of "steady" - English-Spanish dictionary

steady

adjective   /ˈsted·i/ ( comparative steadier, superlative steadiest)
happening at a gradual, regular rate gradual a steady improvement
still and not shaking seguro, firme You need steady hands to be a dentist.
not changing constante She drove at a steady speed.
steadily adverb /ˈsted·əl·i/
verb   /ˈsted·i/
to make something stop shaking or moving estabilizar He managed to steady the plane.
(Definition of steady from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

steady

adjective /ˈstedi/ ( comparative steadier, superlative steadiest)
(opposite unsteady) firmly fixed, balanced or controlled fijado firmemente The table isn’t steady You need a steady hand to be a surgeon.
regular or even constante a steady temperature He was walking at a steady pace.
unchanging or constant constante steady faith.
(of a person) sensible and hardworking in habits etc trabajador, sensato a steady young man.
steadily adverb
constantemente His work is improving steadily.
steadiness noun
continuo, constante
steady (on)! interjection
don’t be so angry, upset etc! no seas tan gruñón! Steady on! Stop shouting!
(Definition of steady from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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