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BEING AHEAD OR TAKING SOMEONE SOMEWHERE 领先；带领某人去某处
VERB 在…前面走（或骑）；为…带头 If you lead a group of people, you walk or ride in front of them.
John Major and the Duke of Edinburgh led the mourners...
He walks with a stick but still leads his soldiers into battle...
VERB 给…引路（或带路）；带…（到某处） If you lead someone to a particular place or thing, you take them there.
He took Dickon by the hand to lead him into the house...
She confessed to the killing and led police to his remains...
VERB （路或门）通，至，达 If a road, gate, or door leads somewhere, you can get there by following the road or going through the gate or door.
...the doors that led to the yard.
...a short roadway leading to the car park...
VERB （在比赛或竞赛中）领先，占先 If you are leading at a particular point in a race or competition, you are winning at that point.
He's leading in the presidential race...
So far Fischer leads by five wins to two...
N-SING 领先的地位；占先的位置 If you have the lead or are in the lead in a race or competition, you are winning.
England took the lead after 31 minutes with a goal by Peter Nail...
Labour are still in the lead in the opinion polls.
N-SING 超前量；领先程度 Someone's lead over a competitor at a particular point in a race or competition is the distance, amount of time, or number of points by which they are ahead of them.
...a commanding lead for the opposition is clearly emerging throughout the country...
His goal gave Forest a two-goal lead against Southampton...
VERB 在…中领先；胜过；主导 If one company or country leads others in a particular activity such as scientific research or business, it is more successful or advanced than they are in that activity.
When it comes to pop music we not only lead Europe, we lead the world.
...foodstores such as Marks & Spencer, which led the market in microwaveable meals.
VERB 领导；率领；指挥 If you lead a group of people, an organization, or an activity, you are in control or in charge of the people or the activity.
He led the country between 1949 and 1984...
Mr Mendes was leading a campaign to save Brazil's rainforest from exploitation.
N-COUNT 先河；榜样；表率 If you give a lead, you do something new or develop new ideas or methods that other people consider to be a good example or model to follow.
...the need for the president to give a moral lead...
The American and Japanese navies took the lead in the development of naval aviation...
VERB 过（某种生活） You can use lead when you are saying what kind of life someone has. For example, if you lead a busy life, your life is busy.
She led a normal, happy life with her sister and brother...
Most of the women in here are not people who have led a life of crime.
VERB 招致；致使；导致 If something leads to a situation or event, usually an unpleasant one, it begins a process which causes that situation or event to happen.
Ethnic tensions among the republics could lead to civil war...
He warned yesterday that a pay rise for teachers would lead to job cuts.
VERB 促使；使得；使 If something leads you to do something, it influences or affects you in such a way that you do it.
His abhorrence of racism led him to write The Algiers Motel Incident...
What was it ultimately that led you to leave Sarajevo for Zagreb?
VERB 诱使；误导 If you say that someone or something led you to think something, you mean that they caused you to think it, although it was not true or did not happen.
Mother had led me to believe the new baby was a kind of present for me...
It was not as straightforward as we were led to believe.
VERB 引导，掌控（谈话或讨论的内容） If you lead a conversation or discussion, you control the way that it develops so that you can introduce a particular subject.
After a while I led the conversation around to her job...
He planned to lead the conversation and keep Matt from changing the subject.
VERB （讨论或文章中某一观点或话题）把…带到，为…引出（另一观点或话题） You can say that one point or topic in a discussion or piece of writing leads you to another in order to introduce a new point or topic that is linked with the previous one.
Well, I think that leads me to the real point.
N-COUNT 线索；头绪 A lead is a piece of information or an idea which may help people to discover the facts in a situation where many facts are not known, for example in the investigation of a crime or in a scientific experiment.
The inquiry team is also following up possible leads after receiving 400 calls from the public.
N-COUNT （戏剧、电影等中的）主角；扮演主角的演员 The lead in a play, film, or show is the most important part in it. The person who plays this part can also be called the lead.
Nina Ananiashvili and Alexei Fadeyechev from the Bolshoi Ballet dance the leads...
The leads are Jack Hawkins and Glynis Johns.
N-COUNT 狗绳；牵狗带 A dog's lead is a long, thin chain or piece of leather which you attach to the dog's collar so that you can control the dog.
An older man came out with a little dog on a lead.
N-COUNT 导线；连接线 A lead in a piece of equipment is a piece of wire covered in plastic which supplies electricity to the equipment or carries it from one part of the equipment to another.
N-SING （报纸或电视、电台的）要闻，头条 The lead story or lead in a newspaper or on the television or radio news is the most important story.
The Turkish situation makes the lead in tomorrow's Guardian...
Cossiga's reaction is the lead story in the Italian press.
N-UNCOUNT 铅 Lead is a soft, grey, heavy metal.
...drinking water supplied by old-fashioned lead pipes.
N-UNCOUNT 枪弹；子弹；枪子儿 Lead is sometimes used to refer to bullets.
Eventually Bogart pumps him full of lead.
N-COUNT （铅笔的）笔芯 The lead in a pencil is the centre part of it which makes a mark on paper.