简明英汉词典

lead up to
v.
(向上)一路通过, 作为...的准备(或先导)

美国传统词典[双解]

lead
lead 1
AHD:[l?d]
D.J.[li8d]
K.K.[lid]
v.(动词)
led[lμd] lead.ingleads
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To show the way to by going in advance.
带领:走在前面以指路

(2)

To guide or direct in a course:
导引:在一方向牵引或指导:
lead a horse by the halter.See Synonyms at guide
用缰绳牵着马参见 guide

(3)

To serve as a route for; take:
引导:作为通向…的道路;带到:
The path led them to a cemetery.
这条小径把他们带向墓地

(4)

To be a channel or conduit for (water or electricity, for example).
引:作为(如水或电)的渠道或导管

(5)

To guide the behavior or opinion of; induce:
引导:引导的行为或意见;引诱:
led us to believe otherwise.
让我们不得不相信

(6)

To direct the performance or activities of:
指挥:指挥…的表演或行动:
lead an orchestra.
指挥交响乐团

(7)

To inspire the conduct of:
带领:
led the nation in its crisis.
危难时刻领导国家

(8)

To play a principal or guiding role in:
领导:在…中起主要的或带领的作用:
lead a discussion; led the antiwar movement.
主持讨论;领导反战运动

(9)

To go or be at the head of:
带领:走在或位于前列:
The queen led the procession. My name led the list.
女王走在游行队伍的前列。我的名字排在第一位

(10)

To be ahead of:
领先:在…的前面:
led the runner-up by three strides.
领先其他参赛者三大步

(11)

To be foremost in or among:
名列前茅:在…中处于最前面:
led the field in nuclear research; led her teammates in free throws.
在核研究领域首屈一指;罚球命中率在全队中最高

(12)

To pass or go through; live:
度过或经历;生活:
lead an independent life.
过着独立的生活

(13)

To begin or open with, as in games:
开始:开始或以开始,如在游戏中:
led an ace.
先打出一张A

(14)

To guide (a partner) in dancing.
带:在舞蹈中领(舞伴)

(15)

To aim in front of (a moving target).
超前瞄准:在(移动的目标)前瞄准
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To be first; be ahead.
领先:第一;在前面

(2)

To go first as a guide.
引导:作为向导走在第一位

(3)

To act as commander, director, or guide.
指挥:如指挥官、指导者或向导的行动

(4)

To afford a passage, course, or route:
通往:作为通道、路径或线路:
a road that leads over the mountains; a door leading to the pantry.
越过山脉的公路;通向餐厅的门

(5)

To tend toward a certain goal or result:
导致:趋向某种目标或结果:
a remark that led to further discussion; policies that led to disaster.
导出进一步讨论的一句话;导致灾难的政策

(6)

To make the initial play, as in a game or contest.
开赛:首先开始,如在游戏或竞赛中

(7)

To begin a presentation or an account in a given way:
以…开始:以一定的方式开始展示或叙述:
The announcer led with the day's top stories.
播音员以一天中的头条事件为开始

(8)

To guide a dance partner.
带领舞伴

(9)

To start a dance step on a specified foot.
起舞:按照特定的节拍开始一舞步

(10)

Baseball To advance a few paces away from one's base toward the next while the pitcher is in the delivery. Used of a base runner.
【棒球】 离垒:投球手在掷球过程中,跑垒者从自己所处的垒向下一垒稍前进几步。用于指棒球跑垒者

(11)

Sports To begin an attack in boxing with a specified hand or punch:
【体育运动】 出第一拳:在拳击比赛中用特定的手或一击开始进攻:
led with a right to the body.
以右手出拳击身
n.(名词)

(1)

The first or foremost position.
领头位置:第一或最前面的运置

(2)

One occupying such a position; a leader.
领导:占据这样一个位置的人;领导者

(3)

The initiative:
首先:
took the lead in setting the pace of the project.
开始安排这项计划

(4)

The margin by which one holds a position of advantage or superiority:
领先程度:占据有利或优先位置的差数:
held a lead of nine points at the half.
半场时领先九分

(5)

Information pointing toward a possible solution; a clue:
线索:提供一可能解决方法的信息;线索:
followed a promising lead in the murder case.
在这桩谋杀案中根据一项可靠的线索

(6)

An indication of potential opportunity; a tip:
预兆,暗号:潜在机遇的指示;消息:
a good lead for a job.
工作的好兆头

(7)

Command; leadership:
命令;领导:
took over the lead of the company.
取得公司的领导权

(8)

An example; a precedent:
榜样:例子;前例:
followed his sister's lead in running for office.
步他姐姐的后尘竞选这一公职

(9)

The principal role in a dramatic production.
主角:戏剧作品中的主要角色

(10)

The person playing such a role.
扮演主角的人:扮演这样角色的人

(11)

The introductory portion of a news story.
导语:新闻报道中的引言部分

(12)

An important, usually prominently displayed news story.
头版新闻:重要的通常排在显著位置上的新闻报道

(13)

Games
【游戏】

(14)

The first play.
第一局

(15)

The prerogative or turn to make the first play:
先发权:优先或轮到先出牌:
The lead passes to the player on the left.
出牌权转到左手的牌手中

(16)

A card played first in a round.
一轮中先出的一张牌

(17)

Baseball A position taken by a base runner away from one base in the direction of the next.
【棒球】 先行离垒:跑垒者从所在垒向下一垒方向跑动所达到的位置

(18)

A leash.
皮带

(19)

Geology
【地质学】

(20)

A deposit of gold ore in an old riverbed.
富金砂矿:古河床里的金砂矿床

(21)

See lode
参见 lode

(22)

Electronics A conductor by which one circuit element is electrically connected to another.
【电子学】 导线:将一电路元件与另一个连接通电的导线

(23)

Nautical The direction in which a rope runs.
【航海】 绳索运动的方向

(24)

The distance aimed in front of a moving target.
瞄准的距离:与被瞄准的移动目标之间的距离

常用词组

lead off

(1)

To begin; start.
开始;开端

(2)

Baseball To be the first batter in an inning.
【棒球】 一局中的第一位击球手

lead on

(1)

To keep in a state of expectation or hope; entice.
诱惑,引诱:使处于一种期盼或希望的状态;诱惑

(2)

To mislead; deceive.
误导;欺骗

习惯用语

lead up to

(1)

To result in by a series of steps:
由一系列步骤导致:
events leading up to the coup.
导致政变的事件

(2)

To proceed toward (a main topic) with preliminary remarks.
用前言引入(一主要话题)

语源

(1)

Middle English leden
中古英语 leden

(2)

from Old English l?n * see leit-
源自 古英语 l?n *参见 leit-

基本词义

lead
lead 2
AHD:[lμd]
D.J.[led]
K.K.[lWd]
n.(名词)

(1)

Symbol Pb A soft, malleable, ductile, bluish-white, dense metallic element, extracted chiefly from galena and used in containers and pipes for corrosives, solder and type metal, bullets, radiation shielding, paints, and antiknock compounds. Atomic number 82; atomic weight 207.19; melting point 327.5=C; boiling point 1,744=C; specific gravity 11.35; valence 2, 4.See table at element
符号 Pb 铅:一种柔软、有延展性和可锻性的,蓝白色高密度金属元素,主要从方铅矿中提取,用于集装箱、耐腐蚀管道、焊料和字铅、子弹、放射性防护屏、涂料及抗爆化合物。原子序数82;原子量207.19;熔点327.5=C;沸点1,744=C;比重11.35;化合价2或4参见 element

(2)

A lead weight suspended by a line, used to make soundings.
铅锤:用绳子悬挂一块铅制的重物,用来测量水深

(3)

Bullets from or for firearms; shot:
弹丸:火器或从火器中射出的弹头;子弹:
pumped the target full of lead.
弹雨射向目标

(4)

leads Strips of lead used to hold the panes of a window.
leads 铅框:用于支撑窗玻璃格的铅条

(5)

Abbr. ld.Printing A thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type.
缩写 ld.【印刷术】 铅条:一条使铅字的行隔开的细金属条

(6)

leads Chiefly British A flat roof covered with sheets of lead.
leads 【多用于英国】 覆以铅板的平屋顶

(7)

Any of various, often graphitic compositions used as the writing substance in pencils.
铅芯:通常指含有石墨成分的铅笔用的书写物质

(8)

A thin stick of such material.
黑铅条:这样的一细条物质
v.tr.(及物动词)
lead.edlead.ingleads

(1)

To cover, line, weight, or fill with lead.
以铅覆盖:用铅覆盖、划线、加重或装满

(2)

Printing To provide space between (lines of type) with leads.
【印刷术】 塞铅条:在铅字行的空隙间隔以铅条

(3)

To secure (window glass) with leads.
用铅加固(窗玻璃)

(4)

To treat with lead or a lead compound:
以铅处理:用铅或铅化合物处理:
leaded gasoline; leaded paint.
含铅汽油;含铅涂料

习惯用语

get the lead out【非正式用语】
To start moving or move more rapidly.
开始运动或加快运动

语源

(1)

Middle English led
中古英语 led

(2)

from Old English l?d
源自 古英语 l?d

(3)

[probably of Celtic origin]
[可能源于凯尔特语]

继承用法

lead
adj.(形容词)

美国传统词典

lead
lead 1
AHD:[l?d]
D.J.[li8d]
K.K.[lid]
v.
led[lμd] lead.ing, leads
v.tr.

(1)

To show the way to by going in advance.

(2)

To guide or direct in a course:
lead a horse by the halter.See Synonyms at guide

(3)

To serve as a route for; take:
The path led them to a cemetery.

(4)

To be a channel or conduit for (water or electricity, for example).

(5)

To guide the behavior or opinion of; induce:
led us to believe otherwise.

(6)

To direct the performance or activities of:
lead an orchestra.

(7)

To inspire the conduct of:
led the nation in its crisis.

(8)

To play a principal or guiding role in:
lead a discussion; led the antiwar movement.

(9)

To go or be at the head of:
The queen led the procession. My name led the list.

(10)

To be ahead of:
led the runner-up by three strides.

(11)

To be foremost in or among:
led the field in nuclear research; led her teammates in free throws.

(12)

To pass or go through; live:
lead an independent life.

(13)

To begin or open with, as in games:
led an ace.

(14)

To guide (a partner) in dancing.

(15)

To aim in front of (a moving target).
v.intr.

(1)

To be first; be ahead.

(2)

To go first as a guide.

(3)

To act as commander, director, or guide.

(4)

To afford a passage, course, or route:
a road that leads over the mountains; a door leading to the pantry.

(5)

To tend toward a certain goal or result:
a remark that led to further discussion; policies that led to disaster.

(6)

To make the initial play, as in a game or contest.

(7)

To begin a presentation or an account in a given way:
The announcer led with the day's top stories.

(8)

To guide a dance partner.

(9)

To start a dance step on a specified foot.

(10)

Baseball To advance a few paces away from one's base toward the next while the pitcher is in the delivery. Used of a base runner.

(11)

Sports To begin an attack in boxing with a specified hand or punch:
led with a right to the body.
n.

(1)

The first or foremost position.

(2)

One occupying such a position; a leader.

(3)

The initiative:
took the lead in setting the pace of the project.

(4)

The margin by which one holds a position of advantage or superiority:
held a lead of nine points at the half.

(5)

Information pointing toward a possible solution; a clue:
followed a promising lead in the murder case.

(6)

An indication of potential opportunity; a tip:
a good lead for a job.

(7)

Command; leadership:
took over the lead of the company.

(8)

An example; a precedent:
followed his sister's lead in running for office.

(9)

The principal role in a dramatic production.

(10)

The person playing such a role.

(11)

The introductory portion of a news story.

(12)

An important, usually prominently displayed news story.

(13)

Games

(14)

The first play.

(15)

The prerogative or turn to make the first play:
The lead passes to the player on the left.

(16)

A card played first in a round.

(17)

Baseball A position taken by a base runner away from one base in the direction of the next.

(18)

A leash.

(19)

Geology

(20)

A deposit of gold ore in an old riverbed.

(21)

See lode

(22)

Electronics A conductor by which one circuit element is electrically connected to another.

(23)

Nautical The direction in which a rope runs.

(24)

The distance aimed in front of a moving target.

常用词组

lead off

(1)

To begin; start.

(2)

Baseball To be the first batter in an inning.

lead on

(1)

To keep in a state of expectation or hope; entice.

(2)

To mislead; deceive.

习惯用语

lead up to

(1)

To result in by a series of steps:
events leading up to the coup.

(2)

To proceed toward (a main topic) with preliminary remarks.

语源

(1)

Middle English leden

(2)

from Old English l?n * see leit-

基本词义

lead
lead 2
AHD:[lμd]
D.J.[led]
K.K.[lWd]
n.

(1)

Symbol Pb A soft, malleable, ductile, bluish-white, dense metallic element, extracted chiefly from galena and used in containers and pipes for corrosives, solder and type metal, bullets, radiation shielding, paints, and antiknock compounds. Atomic number 82; atomic weight 207.19; melting point 327.5=C; boiling point 1,744=C; specific gravity 11.35; valence 2, 4.See table at element

(2)

A lead weight suspended by a line, used to make soundings.

(3)

Bullets from or for firearms; shot:
pumped the target full of lead.

(4)

leads Strips of lead used to hold the panes of a window.

(5)

Abbr. ld.Printing A thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type.

(6)

leads Chiefly British A flat roof covered with sheets of lead.

(7)

Any of various, often graphitic compositions used as the writing substance in pencils.

(8)

A thin stick of such material.
v.tr.
lead.ed, lead.ing, leads

(1)

To cover, line, weight, or fill with lead.

(2)

Printing To provide space between (lines of type) with leads.

(3)

To secure (window glass) with leads.

(4)

To treat with lead or a lead compound:
leaded gasoline; leaded paint.

习惯用语

get the lead outInformal
To start moving or move more rapidly.

语源

(1)

Middle English led

(2)

from Old English l?d

(3)

[probably of Celtic origin]

继承用法

lead
adj.

英汉船舶大词典

lead up to
n.导致,渐引

英汉航海大词典

lead up to
vt.渐渐引导到,逐渐导至

英汉化学大词典

lead up to
vt.逐渐导至,逐淅引到

英汉计算机大词典

lead up to
vt.逐渐导至(逐淅引到)

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