Stear clear vs. Steer clear

Which spelling is correct? Do you know what each means? Are they both used? Well, let's find out here.

"Stear clear" vs. "Steer clear" in English

What Is Their Main Difference?

The verb phrase 'steer clear' is the standard form and it means avoiding something. 'Stear clear' is a common misspelling.

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