Translation of follow-the-leader in Spanish:

follow-the-leader

Pronunciation: /ˌfɑːləʊðəˈliːdər; ˌfɒləʊðəˈliːdə(r)/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • to play follow-the-leader jugar* a lo que haga el rey, jugar* a lo que hace la mano, hace la tras (Mexico/México) , jugar* al mono mayor (Chile)
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    • You would have thought I would have learned, but one day after my kiddie afternoon nap, he actually suggested playing a game - follow-my-leader.
    • They are sociable and playful, and like to chase, play follow-my-leader and bodysurf.
    • Joyuko complained, last again in the follow-the-leader game.

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