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  1. lead

    • 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.;used figuratively as a symbol of something heavy
    • noun: lead, plural noun: leads

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    • 1. 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.
    • used figuratively as a symbol of something heavy Joe's feet felt like lumps of lead
    • 2. an item or implement made of lead.
    • British sheets or strips of lead covering a roof.
    • British a piece of lead-covered roof.
    • lead frames holding the glass of a lattice or stained-glass window.
    • a lump of lead suspended on a line to determine the depth of water.
    • 3. graphite used as the part of a pencil that makes a mark scrawls done with a bit of pencil lead
    • 4. a blank space between lines of print.