Question: What is a steady girlfriend?

Here steady means a regular, serious, or long-term girlfriend/boyfriend, like youve seen them for at least a couple weeks and no other people. You could also say were going steady. Shes my steady girlfriend, means weve been dating a while, are pretty serious, and are not dating anyone else. See a translation.

What is meaning of steady boyfriend?

someone that you have a romantic relationship with for a long period of time.

What does it mean if someone is steady?

adjective. If you describe a person as steady, you mean that they are sensible and reliable. He was firm and steady unlike other men she knew. Synonyms: dependable, sensible, reliable, balanced More Synonyms of steady.

What is the definition of a boyfriend and girlfriend?

A boyfriend is a male friend or acquaintance, often specifying a regular male companion with whom a person is romantically or sexually involved. A boyfriend can also be called an admirer, beau, suitor and sweetheart. The analogous female term is girlfriend.

What is the meaning of steady rock?

adjective. Something that is rock steady is very firm and does not shake or move about.

What does the word steady most nearly mean?

1a : direct or sure in movement : unfaltering a steady hand. b : firm in position : fixed held the pole steady. c : keeping nearly upright in a seaway a steady ship.

What are things that are steady?

The adjective steady describes something that is firmly fixed in position. If you have to climb up on your roof, you definitely want to have a steady ladder. Otherwise, you risk ending up in the bushes instead of on the roof. The adjective steady can also describe something that isnt going to fluctuate wildly.

Why do we say deaf as a post?

The first simile has its origin in John Palsgraves Acolastus (1540): How deaf an ear I intended to give him he were as good to tell his tale to a post. It has largely replaced deaf as an adder, alluding to an ancient belief that adders cannot hear; it is recorded in the Bible (Psalms 58:3-5).

What is as proud as?

Having an exceedingly high opinion of oneself—ones dignity or ones importance. The comparison to a peacock, believed to allude to its strutting gait, dates from the thirteenth century. Chaucer used the simile several times, and it has often been repeated.

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