English to Maori Meaning of lead - arahi

Lead :

arahi, ārahitanga, ārahi, whakahau, aronga, arata'iraa, whakahaere, toko, kāwanatanga, tauira omua, tika, tauira, taunakitanga, tine, konutea, tuatahi, mua, wahi, faahoho'araa, take

whakahaere, hapai i, arahi, oma, meinga ki te mahi i, meinga ki mahia, meinga ki te faatupu i, hāngai, whakahau, upoko, quaterback, āpiha, puku, nekehanga, pairati, mua, ārahi, whakaheke, porotītiti, te tono, tākaro, tohe, kaihapai,, faatere i, urungi, reira, whakamōhio, ora, hautai, ngehe kau, kara, kia pau, au, anga, wharara, ahu, kikokore, huinga

arahileadedporo mataārahiahu
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Definitions of lead in English
Noun(1) an advantage held by a competitor in a race(2) a soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element; bluish white when freshly cut but tarnishes readily to dull grey(3) evidence pointing to a possible solution(4) a position of being the initiator of something and an example that others will follow (especially in the phrase `take the lead'(5) the angle between the direction a gun is aimed and the position of a moving target (correcting for the flight time of the missile(6) the introductory section of a story(7) (sports(8) an actor who plays a principal role(9) (baseball(10) an indication of potential opportunity(11) a news story of major importance(12) the timing of ignition relative to the position of the piston in an internal-combustion engine(13) restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain(14) thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing(15) mixture of graphite with clay in different degrees of hardness; the marking substance in a pencil(16) a jumper that consists of a short piece of wire
Verb(1) take somebody somewhere(2) produce as a result or residue(3) tend to or result in(4) travel in front of; go in advance of others(5) cause to undertake a certain action(6) stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point(7) be in charge of(8) be ahead of others; be the first(9) be conducive to(10) lead, as in the performance of a composition(11) lead, extend, or afford access(12) move ahead (of others(13) cause something to pass or lead somewhere(14) preside over
Examples of lead in English
(1) Again, all the prime minister had to do was call for calm and he was part of the lead news story.(2) The school will also follow the lead of 30 other schools in the borough and operate a daily breakfast bar.(3) it's your lead(4) The player on the dealer's right has the first lead , and the winner of the trick leads to the next trick.(5) they are waiting for an expansion of world trade to lead a recovery(6) the lead story(7) a lead guitarist(8) Omar's reflections on his wife's motives lead him to contemplate his own life.(9) where does this tunnel lead to?(10) Chelsea held a 12-point lead over their nearest rivals, and continually found ways to win.(11) Considering this is her first lead role in a feature film, she is very impressive.(12) closing the plant will lead to the loss of 300 jobs(13) He made a good recovery but had to lead a quieter life.(14) Bloggers have made it into the Guardian's lead editorial today.(15) The most common cause of lead poisoning today is old paint with lead in it.(16) The lead story in the paper concerned a shipment of silver bullion, which had disappeared four months earlier.
Related Phrases of lead
(1) lead time ::
wā mata
(2) lead to ::
arahi ki
(3) to lead ::
ki te arahi
(4) lead singer ::
kaiwaiata mata
(5) take the lead ::
tango i te mata
(6) lead on ::
arahina i runga i
(7) lead up ::
arahi ake
(8) lead guitar ::
kitā mata
(9) lead out ::
arahi i roto i
1. the leading position ::
te tūranga ārahi
2. first position ::
tūnga tuatahi
3. leading role ::
tūranga ārahi
4. leash ::
5. clue ::
6. bullet ::
7. leading ::
8. spark advance ::
mua korakora
9. trail ::
10. lede ::
11. lead story ::
kōrero mata
12. pencil lead ::
mata pene
13. wind ::
14. principal ::
15. booster cable ::
taura booster
16. guide ::
17. cause ::
18. result in ::
hua i roto i
19. be at the head of ::
kia i te matenga o
20. be the leader of ::
Kia te rangatira o
21. be ahead ::
kia mua
22. be at the front of ::
kia i te mua o
23. experience ::
24. top ::
25. go ::
26. conduct ::
27. moderate ::
28. leave ::
29. contribute ::
whai wāhi
30. head ::
31. run ::
32. extend ::
33. precede ::
34. leading ::
Different Forms
lead, leaded, leaden, leads
Word Example from TV Shows
The lead in The Hunger Games is a woman.

The LEAD in The Hunger Games is a woman.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 18

He's ordered Ser Meryn
to personally lead your escort.

He's ordered Ser Meryn to personally LEAD your escort.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4

a lead investigator
on a plasma team,

a LEAD investigator on a plasma team,

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 20

Now follow my lead.

Good. Now follow my LEAD.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 7

each puzzle will lead you

each puzzle will LEAD you

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 3

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