Meaning of “steady” - Learner’s Dictionary

steady

adjective uk us /ˈstedi/
GRADUAL

B2 happening at a gradual, regular rate:

He has had a steady flow/stream of visitors.
STILL

B2 still and not shaking:

You need steady hands to be a dentist.
→ Opposite unsteady
NOT CHANGING

not changing:

She drove at a steady speed.
steady job/work

a job that is likely to continue for a long time and pay you regular money

steadily adverb
steadiness noun [ U ]

(Definition of “steady adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)