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helmnoun

uk   /helm/ us  
at the helm (of sth)
in charge of a company or organization: After 20 years at the helm, she intends to retire in September.
take the helm
to take control of a company or organization: In January, a new president will take the helm.
(Definition of helm from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “helm”
in Spanish timón…
in Vietnamese bánh lái…
in Malaysian kemudi…
in Thai พวงมาลัยเรือ…
in French barre…
in German das Steuerruder…
in Chinese (Simplified) 舵柄, 舵轮…
in Turkish (gemi) dümen…
in Russian штурвал, руль…
in Indonesian kemudi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舵柄, 舵輪…
in Polish ster…
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