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  1. lead

    • IPA[lēd]

    美式

    • v.
      cause (a person or animal) to go with one by holding them by the hand, a halter, a rope, etc. while moving forward;show (someone or something) the way to a destination by going in front of or beside them
    • n.
      the initiative in an action; an example for others to follow;a piece of information that may help in the resolution of a problem
    • noun: lead, plural noun: leads

    • verb: lead, 3rd person present: leads, gerund or present participle: leading, past tense: led, past participle: led

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause (a person or animal) to go with one by holding them by the hand, a halter, a rope, etc. while moving forward:

      she emerged leading a bay horse

    • 2. show (someone or something) the way to a destination by going in front of or beside them:

      she stood up and led her friend to the door

    • 3. be a route or means of access to a particular place or in a particular direction:

      the door led to a long hallway

    • 4. be a reason or motive for (someone):

      nothing that I have read about the case leads me to the conclusion that anything untoward happened

      a fascination for art led him to start a collection of paintings

    • 5. culminate in (a particular event):

      closing the plant will lead to the loss of 300 jobs

      fashioning a policy appropriate to the situation entails understanding the forces that led up to it

    • 6. be in charge or command of:

      a military delegation was led by the Chief of Staff

    • 7. organize and direct:

      the conference included sessions led by people with personal knowledge of the area

    • 8. be the principal player of (a group of musicians):

      since the forties he has led his own big bands

    • 9. set (a process) in motion:

      they are waiting for an expansion of world trade to lead a recovery

    • 10. start:

      the news on the radio led with the murder

      Ned leads off with a general survey of the objectives

    • 11. make an attack with (a particular punch or fist):

      Adam led with a left

    • 12. (of a base runner) advance one or more steps from the base one occupies while the pitcher has the ball:

      the runner leads from first

    • 13. (in card games) play (the first card) in a trick or round of play:

      he led the ace and another heart

    • 14. have the first place in (a competition); be ahead of (competitors):

      the veteran jockey was leading the field

    • 15. be superior to (competitors or colleagues):

      there will be specific areas or skills in which other nations lead the world

    • 16. have the advantage in a race or game:

      Dallas was fortunate to lead 85-72

    • 17. have or experience (a particular way of life):

      she's led a completely sheltered life

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the initiative in an action; an example for others to follow:

      the US is now taking the environmental lead

    • 2. a piece of information that may help in the resolution of a problem:

      detectives investigating the murder are chasing new leads

      he went to a health fair hoping to get some leads on a job

    • 3. a person or thing that may be useful, especially a potential customer or business opportunity:

      setting up a social networking page can help you get numerous leads

      the goal of marketing is to generate leads so the sales people can close them

    • 4. (in card games) an act or right of playing first in a trick or round of play:

      it's your lead

    • 5. the card played first in a trick or round:

      the ♦8 was an inspired lead

    • 6. a position of advantage in a contest; first place:

      they were beaten 5-3 after twice being in the lead

    • 7. an amount by which a competitor is ahead of the others:

      the team held a slender one-goal lead

    • 8. an advance of one or more steps taken by a base runner from the base they occupy while the pitcher has the ball.
    • 9. the chief part in a play or film:

      she had the lead in a new film

      the lead role

    • 10. the person playing the chief part:

      he still looked like a romantic lead

    • 11. the chief performer or instrument of a specified type:

      that girl will be your lead dancer

    • 12. the item of news given the greatest prominence in a newspaper, broadcast, etc.:

      the “pensions revolution” is the lead in the Times

      the lead story

    • 13. the opening sentence or paragraph of a news article, summarizing the most important aspects of the story:

      the newswire will be offering two different leads for certain stories, so editors can pick and choose

    • 14. a leash for a dog or other animal:

      the dog is our constant walking companion and is always kept on a lead

    • 15. a wire that conveys electric current from a source to an appliance, or that connects two points of a circuit together.
    • 16. the distance advanced by a screw in one turn.
    • 17. an artificial watercourse leading to a mill.
    • 18. a channel of water in an ice field.
    • adj. (of windowpanes or a roof) framed, covered, or weighted with lead:

    • Georgian-style leaded windows

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    • adj. (of windowpanes or a roof) framed, covered, or weighted with lead:

    • Georgian-style leaded windows

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    • n. an introduction or preamble which allows one to move smoothly on to the next part of something:

    • the lead-in note

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    • n. (in a play or film) the chief part performed by a young actor or actress:

    • Fred was cast as the male juvenile lead

      I never had the shape for juvenile leads

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    • adj. slow; clumsy:

    • the most lead-footed guy can try aerobic moves

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    • n. an introduction or preamble which allows one to move smoothly on to the next part of something:

    • the lead-in note

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    • IPA[liːd]

    英式

    • v.
      cause (a person or animal) to go with one by holding them by the hand, a halter, a rope, etc. while moving forward:
    • she emerged leading a bay horse
    • n.
      the initiative in an action; an example for others to follow:
    • Britain is now taking the lead in environmental policies

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    • IPA[lɛd]

    英式

    • n.
      a soft, heavy, ductile bluish-grey metal, the chemical element of atomic number 82. It has been used in roofing, plumbing, ammunition, storage batteries, radiation shields, etc., and its compounds have been used in crystal glass, as an anti-knock agent in petrol, and (formerly) in paints.

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    • IPA[led]

    美式

    • n.
      a heavy, bluish-gray, soft, ductile metal, the chemical element of atomic number 82. It has been used in roofing, plumbing, ammunition, storage batteries, radiation shields, etc., and its compounds have been used in crystal glass, as an antiknock agent in gasoline, and (formerly) in paints.

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