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lead from the front

Definition of lead from the front in English:

Take an active role in what one is urging and directing others to do.
Example sentences
  • He was good to have on your side and a great captain who led from the front.
  • He has grown into the role as captain of the club he clearly loves and leads from the front.
  • He leads from the front which is what a good captain should do and he is very good at taking care of the younger players.
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