What is Go steady?
Go steady definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
adjective, steadA.iA.er, steadA.iA.est.
firmly placed or fixed; stable in position or equilibrium: a steady ladder.
even or regular in movement: the steady swing of the pendulum.
free from change, variation, or interruption; uniform; continuous: a steady diet of meat and potatoes; a steady wind.
constant, regular, or habitual: a steady job.
free from excitement or agitation; calm: steady nerves.
firm; unfaltering: a steady gaze; a steady hand.
steadfast or unwavering; resolute: a steady purpose.
settled, staid, or sober, as a person, habits, etc.
Nautical. (of a vessel) keeping nearly upright, as in a heavy sea.
(used to urge someone to calm down or be under control.)
Nautical. (a helm order to keep a vessel steady on its present heading.)
noun, plural steadA.ies.
Informal. a person of the opposite sex whom one dates exclusively; sweetheart; boyfriend or girlfriend.
Informal. a steady visitor, customer, or the like; habituAC.
verb (used with object), steadA.ied, steadA.yA.ing.
to make or keep steady, as in position, movement, action, character, etc.: His calm confidence steadied the nervous passengers.
verb (used without object), steadA.ied, steadA.yA.ing.
to become steady.
in a firm or steady manner: Hold the ladder steady.
Informal. steadily, regularly, or continuously: Is she working steady now?