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Definición de “lead up to something” en inglés

lead up to something

verb phrasal verb with lead  /lid/ ( past tense and past participle led  /led/) us  
to happen, say, or do in preparation for something: In the three games leading up to the Sugar Bowl, his team yielded 35, 35, and 42 points. I thought you were leading up to a question at the end of that.
(Definition of lead up to something from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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