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lead the field/pack/world

to be better than all other people or things: Their scientists lead the world in nutrition research.
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Translations of “lead the field/pack/world”
in Chinese (Simplified) 在该领域/群体中/世界上领先…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在該領域/群體中/世界上領先…
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