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lead-in British & World English

An introduction or preamble which allows one to move smoothly on to the next part of something

lead in one's pencil British & World English

Vigour or energy, especially sexual energy in a man

lead in one's pencil in lead2 British & World English

Vigour or energy, especially sexual energy in a man

the lead in lead1 British & World English

A position of advantage in a contest; first place

lead-in English-Spanish

introducción feminine(a algo)

lead-in (to sth) English-Spanish

introducción feminine(a algo)

to be in/hold the lead in lead English-Spanish

ir*/seguir* a la cabeza, llevar/conservar la delantera

they took the lead in expelling foreign companies in lead English-Spanish

tomaron la iniciativa en expulsar a las compañías extranjeras

they lead the world in this kind of technology in lead English-Spanish

son los líderes mundiales en este tipo de tecnología

with three miles to go he's still in the lead in with English-Spanish

a tres millas de la meta, sigue en cabeza

Acme has taken the lead from Chipco in the car market in lead English-Spanish

Acme ha pasado a ocupar el primer lugar, desplazando a Chipco, en el mercado del automóvil

she won an Oscar for her performance in the lead role in performance English-Spanish

ganó un Oscar por su interpretación del papel protagónico

they live in the same house but lead separate lives in separate English-Spanish

viven en la misma casa pero hacen vida aparte, viven juntos pero no revueltos humorous/humorístico

campaigning is intensifying in the lead-up to the election in lead-up English-Spanish

la campaña se está intensificando a medida que se aproximan las elecciones


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