The idiom 'steer clear of' means to avoid someone or something as they may cause trouble or danger.
At a very young age, Richa is completely addicted to smoking and can't steer clear of it.
Due to his injury, the doctor has advised Walter to steer clear of playing badminton for a few weeks.
by QAgirl March 23, 2014
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To have a clear path, be easy, or Ryan Upchurch's song about tall grass sittin.
We have a steer clear road ahead of us, lets have some fun!
I got this math unit down, the test should be steer clear.
The last song I want to hear before I die, is Steer Clear by Upchurch because it's such a bop!
by Buddy Bestie September 6, 2023
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