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leadnoun USA: liː'd UK: liːd
      1. Send five hundred picked knights with Launcelot in the lead; and send them on the jump.
          1. Küldj ide ötszáz válogatott lovagot Lancelot vezetésével; pillanatnyi késedelem nélkül induljanak.
  1. games
  2. theatre
    1. Laurence Olivier was the lead in the 1948's film adaptation of Hamlet.
        1. Laurence Olivier játszotta a főszerepet a Hamlet 1948-as filmfeldolgozásában.
  3. mining
  4. naut
leadv intrans v USA: liː'd UK: liːd
leadv trans v USA: liː'd UK: liːd
    1. Keep your dog on the lead in the park.
        1. Kérjük tartsa kutyáját pórázon a park területén.
leadv trans v USA: liː'd UK: liːd
      1. It seemed to me that my body must be suddenly changed to lead.
          1. Az volt az érzésem, hogy a testem hirtelen ólommá változott.
  1. print
lead a cat-and-dog lifeexp
lead a dog's lifeexp USA: liː'd eɪ' dɔ'gz laɪ'f UK: liːd eɪ dɔgz laɪf
lead a drab existenceexp USA: liː'd eɪ' dræ'b ɪ·gzɪ'stʌ·ns UK: liːd eɪ dræb ɪgzɪstəns
lead a free and easy lifeexp USA: liː'd eɪ' friː' ʌ·nd iː'ziː· laɪ'f UK: liːd eɪ friː ənd iːziː laɪf
lead a lifev USA: liː'd eɪ' laɪ'f UK: liːd eɪ laɪf
lead a sequestered lifeexp USA: liː'd eɪ' sɪ·kwe'stəː·d laɪ'f UK: liːd eɪ sɪkwestəd laɪf
lead a single lifeexp USA: liː'd eɪ' sɪ'ŋgʌ·l laɪ'f UK: liːd eɪ sɪŋgl laɪf
lead a wild lifeexp USA: liː'd eɪ' waɪ'ld laɪ'f UK: liːd eɪ waɪld laɪf
lead accumulatornoun USA: liː'd ʌ·kyuː'myʌ·leɪ"təː· UK: liːd əkjuːmjʊleɪtər
lead an eventful lifev USA: liː'd ʌ·n iː·ve'ntfʌ·l laɪ'f UK: liːd ən ɪventfəl laɪf
lead astrayv trans v USA: liː'd ʌ·streɪ' UK: liːd əstreɪ
lead awayv trans v USA: liː'd ʌ·weɪ' UK: liːd əweɪ
lead by the handexp USA: liː'd baɪ' ðiː· hæ'nd UK: liːd baɪ ðiː hænd
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