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Detailed Translations for lead from English to Dutch

lead:

to lead verb (leads, led, leading)

  1. to lead (point the direction; guide; direct)
    leiden; begeleiden; voeren; meevoeren
    • leiden verb (leid, leidt, leidde, leidden, geleid)
    • begeleiden verb (begeleid, begeleidt, begeleidde, begeleidden, begeleid)
    • voeren verb (voer, voert, voerde, voerden, gevoerd)
    • meevoeren verb (voer mee, voert mee, voerde mee, voerden mee, meegevoerd)
  2. to lead (command; preside; direct)
    leiden; besturen; aanvoeren; voorzitten; leiding geven; managen
    • leiden verb (leid, leidt, leidde, leidden, geleid)
    • besturen verb (bestuur, bestuurt, bestuurde, bestuurden, bestuurd)
    • aanvoeren verb (voer aan, voert aan, voerde aan, voerden aan, aangevoerd)
    • voorzitten verb (zit voor, zat voor, zaten voor, voorgezeten)
    • managen verb (manage, managed, managde, managden, gemanaged)
  3. to lead (point the direction; guide)
    in goede banen leiden
    • in goede banen leiden verb (leid in goede banen, leidt in goede banen, leidde in goede banen, leidden in goede banen, in goede banen geleden)
  4. to lead (glaze with lead)
    loden; van loodglazuur voorzien

Conjugations for lead:

present
  1. lead
  2. lead
  3. leads
  4. lead
  5. lead
  6. lead
simple past
  1. led
  2. led
  3. led
  4. led
  5. led
  6. led
present perfect
  1. have led
  2. have led
  3. has led
  4. have led
  5. have led
  6. have led
past continuous
  1. was leading
  2. were leading
  3. was leading
  4. were leading
  5. were leading
  6. were leading
future
  1. shall lead
  2. will lead
  3. will lead
  4. shall lead
  5. will lead
  6. will lead
continuous present
  1. am leading
  2. are leading
  3. is leading
  4. are leading
  5. are leading
  6. are leading
subjunctive
  1. be led
  2. be led
  3. be led
  4. be led
  5. be led
  6. be led
diverse
  1. lead!
  2. let's lead!
  3. led
  4. leading
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

lead [the ~] noun

  1. the lead (heavy metal)
    het lood
  2. the lead (heavy metal)
    naaiplombe; de plombe
  3. the lead
    de voorsprong
  4. the lead (tip; hint; pointer; )
    de aanwijzing; de tip; de vingerwijzing; vingerwenk; de wenk
  5. the lead (cable; wire; ripcord)
  6. the lead (front position; leading; taking the lead; command)
    voorgaan; de leiding; het aanvoeren; de aanvoering
  7. the lead (starting point; indication; pointer; suggestion)
    het aanknopingspunt; de aanwijzing
  8. the lead (clue; tip; hint)
    de aanwijzing; de spoor
  9. the lead (sales lead; customer lead)
    – A potential customer who must be contacted by a salesperson and either qualified or disqualified as a sales opportunity. Leads will be converted into accounts, contacts, or opportunities if they are qualified. Otherwise they are deleted or archived. 1

Translation Matrix for lead:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aanknopingspunt indication; lead; pointer; starting point; suggestion
aanvoeren command; front position; lead; leading; taking the lead
aanvoering command; front position; lead; leading; taking the lead
aanwijzing clue; cue; hint; indication; lead; pointer; starting point; suggestion; tip; tip-off assignment; charter; command; evidence; forerunner; guide; harbinger; herald; house rules; indication; instruction; omen; order; sign; statute; symptom
besturen directing; governing; leading; ruling
elektrische geleiding cable; lead; ripcord; wire
geleiding cable; lead; ripcord; wire cable; wire
leiding command; front position; lead; leading; taking the lead board; board of directors; board of managers; cable; committee; direction; management; price; quotation; rate; stock price; supervision; value; wire
lood heavy metal; lead
naaiplombe heavy metal; lead
plombe heavy metal; lead
spoor clue; hint; lead; tip railroad; railroad track; railway; track; tracks
tip clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off tip
vingerwenk clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off
vingerwijzing clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off
voeren feeding; foddering; foraging; nourishing
voorgaan command; front position; lead; leading; taking the lead
voorsprong lead
wenk clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off sign; signal
- Pb; atomic number 82; booster cable; confidential information; hint; jumper cable; jumper lead; lead story; lead-in; leading; leash; lede; pencil lead; principal; spark advance; star; steer; tether; tip; track; trail; wind
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aanvoeren command; direct; lead; preside be in command of; bring forward; bring up; broach; broach a subject; command; cut; cut into; initiate; intimate; introduce; order; preside; propose; put forward; put on the table; raise; reap; sting; suggest; take the lead; throw up; toss in the air; toss up
begeleiden direct; guide; lead; point the direction accompany; chaperon; come along with; conduct; escort; lead about; show around; walk along
besturen command; direct; lead; preside administer; manage; run
in goede banen leiden guide; lead; point the direction
leiden command; direct; guide; lead; point the direction; preside be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead
leiding geven command; direct; lead; preside
loden glaze with lead; lead
managen command; direct; lead; preside cope with; manage
meevoeren direct; guide; lead; point the direction
van loodglazuur voorzien glaze with lead; lead
voeren direct; guide; lead; point the direction feed
voorzitten command; direct; lead; preside
- chair; conduce; conduct; contribute; direct; extend; go; guide; head; leave; moderate; pass; precede; result; run; take; top
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
loden heavy; leaden; ponderous; weighty
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
potentiële klant customer lead; lead; sales lead
sales lead customer lead; lead; sales lead
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- command; commanding; leadership

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Related Definitions for "lead":

  1. the playing of a card to start a trick in bridge2
    • the lead was in the dummy2
  2. a position of leadership (especially in the phrase `take the lead')2
    • he takes the lead in any group2
    • we were just waiting for someone to take the lead2
    • they didn't follow our lead2
  3. a jumper that consists of a short piece of wire2
    • it was a tangle of jumper cables and clip leads2
  4. mixture of graphite with clay in different degrees of hardness; the marking substance in a pencil2
  5. thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing2
  6. restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal2
  7. the timing of ignition relative to the position of the piston in an internal-combustion engine2
  8. an advantage held by a competitor in a race2
    • he took the lead at the last turn2
  9. evidence pointing to a possible solution2
    • the police are following a promising lead2
    • the trail led straight to the perpetrator2
  10. the introductory section of a story2
  11. a news story of major importance2
  12. an indication of potential opportunity2
    • a good lead for a job2
  13. (baseball) the position taken by a base runner preparing to advance to the next base2
    • he took a long lead off first2
  14. an actor who plays a principal role2
  15. (sports) the score by which a team or individual is winning2
  16. the angle between the direction a gun is aimed and the position of a moving target (correcting for the flight time of the missile)2
  17. a soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element; bluish white when freshly cut but tarnishes readily to dull grey2
    • the children were playing with lead soldiers2
  18. cause to undertake a certain action2
    • Her greed led her to forge the checks2
  19. preside over2
  20. lead, as in the performance of a composition2
  21. move ahead (of others) in time or space2
  22. travel in front of; go in advance of others2
  23. take somebody somewhere2
    • We lead him to our chief2
  24. be in charge of2
  25. be conducive to2
    • The use of computers in the classroom lead to better writing2
  26. have as a result or residue2
  27. tend to or result in2
    • This remark lead to further arguments among the guests2
  28. stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point2
    • His knowledge doesn't go very far2
  29. lead, extend, or afford access2
  30. cause something to pass or lead somewhere2
  31. be ahead of others; be the first2
  32. A potential customer who must be contacted by a salesperson and either qualified or disqualified as a sales opportunity. Leads will be converted into accounts, contacts, or opportunities if they are qualified. Otherwise they are deleted or archived.1

Wiktionary Translations for lead:

lead
noun
  1. information obtained by a news reporter
  2. leash
  3. information obtained by a detective or police officer
  4. channel of open water in an ice field
  5. mining: lode
  6. nautical: course of a rope from end to end
  7. in cards and dominoes
  8. precedence; advance position
  9. act of leading or conducting
  10. refill for writing tool
  11. separator line in print
  12. plummet to measure depth of water
  13. chemical element
verb
  1. intransitive: be more advanced
  2. intransitive: have the highest interim score in a game
  3. intransitive: be ahead of others
  4. intransitive: to guide or conduct
  5. begin a game of cards or dominoes
  6. guide or conduct oneself
  7. draw or direct by influence
  8. conduct or direct with authority
  9. go or be in advance of; precede
  10. guide or conduct in a certain course
  11. to cover, fill, or affect with lead
  12. printing: place leads between the lines of
  13. guide or conduct with the hand, or by means of some physical contact connection
lead
noun
  1. feit of gegeven op basis waarvan wordt voortgebouwd, verder geredeneerd enz.
  2. een scheikundig element met symbool Pb en atoomnummer 82
verb
  1. van lood vervaardigd

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
lead lood BleiChemie: silbernes, leichtverformbares, toxisch wirkendes Metall
lead leiding Führung — ein zeitlicher und/oder räumlicher Vorsprung vor jemandem oder etwas besitzen
lead leiden; runnen leiten — die Führung ausüben
lead leiden leiten — etwas in eine bestimmte Richtung/an ein bestimmtes Ziel lenken
lead plomberen plombieren — (transitiv) den Verschluss eines Behältnisses oder eine technische Einrichtung mit einer bleiernen oder metallenen Plombe versiegeln
lead resulteren; uitkomen; volgen; voortkomen; voortspruiten; voortvloeien; belenden; grenzen aan; besturen; brengen; leiden; geleiden; voeren; uitgaan; uitlopen; uitstappen; uitstijgen; uittreden; bereiken; behalen; inhalen; reiken tot; leiden tot; uitdraaien op; uitlopen op aboutirtoucher par un bout.
lead afhalen; meebrengen; meenemen; vergaderen; medenemen; medebrengen; aandragen; bezorgen; brengen; aanbrengen; voorleiden amenermener d’un lieu à un autre.
lead besturen; sturen; brengen; leiden; geleiden; voeren conduiremener, guider, diriger vers un lieu déterminé.
lead de weg wijzen; leiden; geleiden; rondleiden guideraccompagner quelqu’un pour lui montrer le chemin.
lead leiden mener — Conduire (sens général)
lead lood plomb — Élément, métal.
lead voorafgaan; voorgaan; voorlopen; vooropgaan; voor zijn précéderaller devant ; marcher devant.
lead stemmen; regelen; reglementeren; reguleren; vereffenen; inrichten; ruimen; opruimen; schikken; terechtbrengen; de weg wijzen; leiden; geleiden; rondleiden réglertirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.

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