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Nautical ContextPlay
Use 'helm' when referring to the act of controlling a boat, ship, or similar vessel. SlideAs the storm approached, the captain shouted, 'To the helm!'
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Taking ChargePlay
'Taking the helm' suggests actively stepping into a control or leadership role, often with confidence. SlideShe eagerly took the helm during the sailing race.
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Literally at the WheelPlay
'At the helm' literally means in the position where one steers, but can also mean being in charge. SlideWith no one at the helm, the boat drifted aimlessly.