lead-in

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lead–in

noun \ˈlēd-ˌin\

: something that comes before and introduces something else

Full Definition of LEAD-IN

:  something (as a television show or segment) that leads into something else <a lead–in to the commercial>
lead–in adjective

First Known Use of LEAD-IN

1913

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