leadverb

  • ja導く、つながる
  • ento cause something to happen or exist; to result in

Examples

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During the tail end of a double shift, I was really tired,
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and I wasn't paying attention to where I was walking...
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which led to a bit of an accident.
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Ahh!
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Someone finally friended you?
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Control, Freddie.
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Bad thoughts lead to bad actions.
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So of the 24 possible combinations of boxes,
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there are 14 that lead to failure and 10 that result in success.
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Can you tell me what led to your decision to terminate the pregnancy?
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I'm just not ready to be a mom.
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Love leads to divorce.
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It leads to pain.
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You got us a job at Google?
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It's an interview for an internship that could lead to a job.

Other meanings for lead...

leadverb

  • ja導く、率いる、先導する
  • ento guide or direct someone or something to go in a particular direction or to a particular place
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Okay, Dwight, would you like to say a few words to everybody about loyalty?
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Thank you, Michael.
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I just want to say to the few of you who will remain under my employ,
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that I intend to lead you into the black with ferocity.
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Look at those instruments of torture.
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Now, please, can we go?
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There's a door I snuck Betty in.
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Lead the way, my Monte Cristo.
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Who are you?
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You can call me Andy.
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I lead a group of soldiers.
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Fighters like you with an extremely rare skill set.
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What do you mean?
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Mother—
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Let's just say we're very hard to kill.
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What can I help you with?
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Do you stock cable ties?
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Cable ties, yes, we do.
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I can show you, if you want.
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Please lead the way, Miss Steele.
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Just Ana.
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You know you can't run from your problems.
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I'm not sure how to solve it.
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You walk!
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What do you mean, walk?
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Clears the head.
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Yeah, but my head won't tell me what to do.
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Of course not, but your heart will lead you where you need to go.
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He's come out of nowhere, and we don't know who he is.
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What do we know about him?
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He's leading desperate people.
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So this is a cult?
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We don't know who he's associated with.
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He could be creating an army.
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Or he could be leading them to their death.