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Simple past tense for to physically guide a person or animal
“John would lead his horse to water, but could not make it drink.”
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Simple past tense for to be persuaded based on available information
“Mike's outrageous allegations would almost lead me to believe that Brett was a bad man.”
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(lead to) Simple past tense for to culminate or result in a particular event or consequence
“Eating too much food and not getting enough exercise will lead to weight gain.”
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Simple past tense for to show the way by being in front
“Vincent Chase would lead his entourage into the club.”
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Simple past tense for to be in charge or command of
“Danny Ocean would lead a team of specialists who would help him pull off his heist.”
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Simple past tense for to have the advantage in a contest
“The team got off to a fast start and would lead by 20 points at the first change.”
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Simple past tense for to be superior against one's peers
“Phelps would quickly lead the other swimmers, leaving them in his wake.”
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Simple past tense for to be living a particular way of life
“I lead a hectic life. I'm always busy and always on the go.”
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(lead to) Simple past tense for to be a route or means of access
“The trail along the flowing river will lead to a tranquil lake.”
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Simple past tense for to give advice and instruction
“Your supervisor will lead you through the rules and regulations of your new job.”
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(of a discussion or meeting) Simple past tense for to preside over
“As the executive officer of the company, Adam would lead the meeting between the two teams.”
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Past participle for to physically guide a person or animal
“John would lead his horse to water, but could not make it drink.”
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Past participle for to be persuaded based on available information
“Mike's outrageous allegations would almost lead me to believe that Brett was a bad man.”
Verb
(lead to) Past participle for to culminate or result in a particular event or consequence
“Eating too much food and not getting enough exercise will lead to weight gain.”
Verb
Past participle for to show the way by being in front
“Vincent Chase would lead his entourage into the club.”
Verb
Past participle for to be in charge or command of
“Danny Ocean would lead a team of specialists who would help him pull off his heist.”
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Past participle for to have the advantage in a contest
“The team got off to a fast start and would lead by 20 points at the first change.”
Verb
Past participle for to be superior against one's peers
“Phelps would quickly lead the other swimmers, leaving them in his wake.”
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Past participle for to be living a particular way of life
“I lead a hectic life. I'm always busy and always on the go.”
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(lead to) Past participle for to be a route or means of access
“The trail along the flowing river will lead to a tranquil lake.”
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Past participle for to give advice and instruction
“Your supervisor will lead you through the rules and regulations of your new job.”
Verb
(of a discussion or meeting) Past participle for to preside over
“As the executive officer of the company, Adam would lead the meeting between the two teams.”
Adjective
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To have escorted or conducted someone to someplace
Verb
Simple past tense for to escort or conduct someone to someplace
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