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lead-in

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈliːd.ɪn/
something that introduces something else, such as the words and music that are used to introduce a television programme
Translations of “lead-in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 引子, 過度語, 開場白…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引子, 过渡语, 开场白…
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