Idioms

lead off
to begin, to start, to open
The golfer was the first to lead off in the tournament.
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  • lead the way
  • lead up to (something)
  • lead/live the life of Riley
  • leading question
  • leaf through (something)
  • leak out (something) or leak (something) out
  • lean on (someone)
  • lean over backwards to (do something or help someone)
  • lean toward (doing something)
  • leap to conclusions
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  • join the fray
  • tear up (something) or tear (something) up
  • face up to (something)
  • settle down
  • in good time
  • sound (someone) out or sound out (someone)
  • scout around for (someone or something)
  • return the favor
  • leave a bad taste in (someone`s) mouth
  • jazz up (something)

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