lead in meaning

  "lead in" in a sentence
  To house the harvest

[American slang]
1. to begin something; to work into something.
  Let me lead into the first number with a little talk about the composer.
  I'll lead in, then you pick up the melody.
2. to make a transition into something; to   Now, we will lead into the second scene with a little soft orchestral music.
  The soft music will lead in, then the curtains will open.


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  1. the team recovered its lead in the second half.
  2. he leads in his classes.
  3. are our children being poisoned by lead in the atmosphere?
  4. he had so completely taken the lead in the business up to the present time.
  5. many of the countries which lead in oil production also lead in natural gas production.

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