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Leading is a verb. "The farmer was leading the bull by the nose."

Leading can also be an adjective. "Pete was a leading light in the Glee Club."

Leading is also a noun (pronounced 'ledding'), meaning the amount of lead between lines of print in the old printing presses, or the lead holding pieces of stained glass window together.

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โˆ™ 2015-01-25 04:26:31

There is a verb "lead" pronounced LEED (go in front as others follow), and there is a noun "lead" pronounced LED meaning a kind of metal.

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