Word: lead-in

Category: lead-in

Games, Arts & Entertainment, Business & Industrial

Synonyms: lead-in

lede, lead

Translations: lead-in

spanish
conductor de entrada


german
Lead-In

french
entraînement pour la

italian
lead-, piombo, di piombo, al piombo

dutch
inleidende opmerkingen, invoerisolatoren

russian
ввод

norwegian
lead-, blyfritt, bly, potensielle salg

swedish
INTRODUKTION, ANTENNLEDNING, Genomföring

finnish
johdantosanat, aloitusjaksoa, sisäänmeno

danish
bly, føre, medføre, fører, lede

czech
svod, přívodní, zaváděcím

polish
doprowadzenie, wprowadzenie

hungarian
bevezető

turkish
tanıtma, giriş ucu, programı açış sözleri, anten giriş teli

greek
να οδηγήσει, οδηγήσει, οδηγούν, οδηγεί, οδηγήσουν

ukrainian
привести, призвести, навести, спричинити

albanian
parathënie, hyrje, tel antene, kabëll antene, antene

bulgarian
встъпление, входно съединение, увод към телевизионна реклама, уводен проводник, въвеждаш

belarusian
прывесці ў, давесці да, прывесьці ў, прывесцi ў, прывесці да

estonian
sisestus, sisseviik, harjumisperioodi

croatian
dovesti, vodi, voditi, vode, dovode

icelandic
leiða, leitt, valdið, að leiða, leiðir

lithuanian
įvedimas, Įvadinis žodis, Įvadinis, Įstojimas, Įvadinis laidą

latvian
svina, izraisīt, novest, radīt, rezultātā

macedonian
Воведната, воведен, воведниот, воведна

romanian
plumb, duce, conduce, conducă, conduc

slovenian
vodi, povzroči, vodijo, privede, voditi

slovak
zvod, svod, zvedenia, zvedenia výsledného, odvádzanie

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The meaning and "use of": lead-in

noun
  • an introduction or preamble that allows one to move smoothly on to the next part of something.
  • a wire leading in from outside, especially from an antenna to a receiver or transmitter.

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