Definition of 'helm'
Example sentences containing 'helm'
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The best man in the ship must take the helm. Moby Dick (1901)Her partner had let her take the helm of the vessel, which they bought only two weeks ago, while he went below deck. The Sun (2006)In the eight years since he took the helm of the world 's biggest drinks company, he has focused increasingly on premium brands that command premium prices. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Trends of 'helm'
Used Occasionally. helm is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'helm'
British English: helm NOUN
The helm of a boat or ship is the part that is used to steer it.
I got into our dinghy while he took the helm and positioned the boat for the photograph.
Definition of helm from the Collins English Dictionary
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