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lead

[li:d]
noun
1. [winning position]   delantera f
 to be in or have the lead   llevar la delantera, ir en cabeza
 to take the lead   ponerse a la cabeza
2. [amount ahead]
 to have a lead of ...   llevar una ventaja de ...
3. [initiative, example]   ejemplo m
 to take the lead [do something first]   tomar la delantera
4. THEAT
 (to play) the lead   (hacer) el papel principal
5. [clue]   pista f
6. [for dog]   correa f
7. [wire, cable]   cable m


   

lead

[li:d]
adjective
[singer, actor]   principal
[guitar, guitarist]   solista
[story in newspaper]   más destacado ( f destacada)

   

lead

[li:d] (     pt & pp led )
transitive verb Conjugaison
1. [be in front of]   Conjugaison encabezar
 to lead somebody by ten minutes   llevar a alguien diez minutos de ventaja
 they are leading France three-nil   van ganando a Francia por tres goles a cero
2. [take, guide, direct]   Conjugaison conducir
 to lead the way   enseñar el camino
3. [be in charge of, take the lead in]   Conjugaison dirigir
[debate]   Conjugaison moderar
4. [life]   Conjugaison llevar
5. [cause]
 to lead somebody to do something   llevar a alguien a hacer algo
 we were led to believe that ...   nos dieron a entender que ...


   

lead

[li:d] (     pt & pp led )
intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [go]
 to lead (to)   conducir or llevar (a)
2. [give access to]
 to lead (to or into)   dar (a)
3. [be winning]   ir en cabeza
4. [result in]
 to lead to   conducir a
5. [in cards]   Conjugaison salir


  

lead away


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
 to lead somebody away   llevarse a alguien


  

lead off


intransitive verb Conjugaison
[road, corridor]
 to lead off (from)   salir (de)
[in card game, discussion]   Conjugaison empezar


  

lead on


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
[pretend to be attracted to]   dar esperanzas a


  

lead up to


transitive verb inseparable
1. [build up to]   conducir a, Conjugaison preceder
2. [plan to introduce]   apuntar a


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