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Translation of "lead" - English-Spanish dictionary

lead

noun
the state of being first liderato We have a lead over the rest of the world in this kind of research.
the act of leading liderazgo We all followed his lead and entered the room.
the amount by which one is ahead of others ventaja He has a lead of twenty metres (over the man in second place).
a leather strap or chain for leading a dog etc correa All dogs must be kept on a lead.
a piece of information which will help to solve a mystery etc pista The police have several leads concerning the identity of the thief.
a leading part in a play etc primer papel, papel principal, papel protagonista Who plays the lead in that film?
(Definition of lead from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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