adjective (before noun)
- 1.1 (principal) she played a leading role in …she was a leading figure in the movementtuvo un papel destacado en …available at leading record storesfue una de las grandes figuras del movimientofue una de las figuras principales del movimientothe country is the world's leading oil-produceren venta en las principales casas de músicaes el país líder or puntero en la producción de petróleo(Theater)(Theater)1.2 (in front)(runner/horse/driver)que va a la cabeza or en cabeza
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- Things can be learned in many ways (spiritual leading is one way you pointed).
- It is a longing for a church that raises up leaders who recognize that leading and listening are not mutually exclusive.
- Thus, if we are not willing to give total obedience to his leading, we should not pray for blessing from above.
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