colead

verb, transitive + intransitive co·lead \ ˌkō-ˈlēd \
variants: or co-lead
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of colead

coled or co-led; coleading or co-leading
1 T :to lead (something, such as a group) with one or more other people
  • They were chosen to co-lead the investigative team.
2 I :to share a lead with another person in a competition
  • A former U.S. Amateur champion in Byeong Hun An co-leads at 10 under after a second straight 66.
  • —Kevin Casey

coleader

play \ˌkō-ˈlē-dər\ or co-leader noun, plural coleaders or co-leaders
    • … expedition coleader Roy Glaser slid gingerly around a huge block of rock that seemed solidly attached to the wall.
    • —David Roberts

First Known Use of colead

1931


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