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Definition of the noun lead-in
What does lead-in mean as a name of something?
- the introductory section of a story
- example: it was an amusing lead-in to a very serious matter
- lexical domain: Communicative Processes - nouns denoting communicative processes and contents
- synonyms of lead-in: lead / lede
- more generic words: section / subdivision = a self-contained part of a larger composition
- part of: news article / news story / newspaper article = an article reporting news
- wire connecting an antenna to a receiver or a transmitter to a transmission line
Alternative definition of the noun lead-in
- An introduction, something that leads into the beginning of something.
"Lead-in" a.k.a. "Lead In" is a composition.
- music by Bernard Herrmann
Lead-in: A lead-in is a short phrase, usually five words or less, that starts off a photo caption in a newspaper, high school yearbook, magazine or other publication.
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by Norman A. P. Govoni
lead-in in television or radio, the program immediately preceding an advertisers program on the same station; also can refer to the first few words in a television ...
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Quotes about Lead-in
If you lead a country like Britain, a strong country, a country which has taken a lead in world affairs in good times and in bad, a country that is always reliable, then you have to have a touch of iron about you. (Margaret Thatcher)
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Anagrams of LEAD-IN
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- DEAL IN
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