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"led" in British English

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(Definition of led from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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led

 us   /led/
past simple and past participle of lead

LEDnoun [C]

 /ˈelˌiˈdi/
abbreviation for light-emitting diode (= an electronic device that gives off light when it receives an electrical current): LED lamp technology is evolving at an incredible pace.
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"-led" in Business English

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-ledsuffix

having the thing mentioned as the most important influence: consumer/demand/market/-led The figures are evidence that the consumer-led recovery is still on track.
planned or controlled by a particular person or organization: a government-led inquiry into unfair practices
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