Examples of leading in a Sentence
a leading topic of conversation
Their family played a leading part in the settlement of the town.
the leading role in a major Hollywood movie
a leading citizen of the town
She's one of the leading authorities on the stock market.
Recent Examples of leading from the Web
And yet, this trend still benefits China, where many leading strategic thinkers fear that America’s alliances seek to contain China, similar to the U.S. Cold-War strategy towards the Soviet Union.
Last year, leading climate scientists, including Glen Peters, published a paper in the journal Science arguing that the nascent technology directs focus away from reducing overall emissions.
The movie, based on the DC Comics character, has earned acclaim for Gadot for landing a rare leading role for a woman in a super hero movie.
The presidency is largely a ceremonial post, but as his speech on Wednesday indicated, Vucic intends to continue playing leading role in the Serbian politics.
The movie, based on the DC Comics character, has earned acclaim for Gadot for landing a rare leading role for a woman.
As a result, Barnett remained on the April 4 ballot and wound up the leading vote-getter in a crowded field of eight candidates vying for four seats.
Priddy won best leading actress on May 18 at the Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM) High School Musical Theatre Awards for her role as Jo March in Little Women.
German officials point out that its two leading luxury automakers, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, have huge assembly plants in the United States.
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First Known Use of leading
LEADING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of leading for English Language Learners
: having great importance, influence, or success
: most important
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