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Noun
/ˈlēdər/,
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leaders, plural;
  1. The person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country
    • - the leader of a protest group
  2. A person followed by others
    • - he is a leader among his classmates
  3. An organization or company that is the most advanced or successful in a particular area
    • - a leader in the use of video conferencing
  4. The horse placed at the front in a team or pair

  5. A member of the government officially responsible for initiating business in Parliament

  6. The principal player in a music group

  7. A conductor of a band or small musical group

  8. The principal first violinist in an orchestra

  9. A leading article or editorial in a newspaper

  10. A short strip of nonfunctioning material at each end of a reel of film or recording tape for connection to the spool

  11. A length of filament attached to the end of a fishing line to carry the hook or fly

  12. A shoot of a plant at the apex of a stem or main branch

  13. A series of dots or dashes across the page to guide the eye, esp. in tabulated material


  1. a person who rules or guides or inspires others
  2. drawing card: a featured article of merchandise sold at a loss in order to draw customers
  3. (leadership) the activity of leading; "his leadership inspired the team"
  4. Leader is a 1964 Hindi movie. The film is produced by Sashadhar Mukherjee and directed by Ram Mukherjee . The film stars Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala and Jayant. The films music is by Naushad.
  5. Leader (లీడర్) is a 2010 Telugu-language film written and directed by Sekhar Kammula marking the acting debut of Rana Daggubati (grandson of popular producer D. Ramanaidu) in the lead role, whilst Richa Gangopadhyay and Priya Anand play pivotal roles. ...
  6. The Leader (Samuel Sterns) is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Tales to Astonish #62, and was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. In 2009, The Leader was ranked as IGN's 63rd Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.
  7. In partner dancing, the two dance partners are never equal. One must be the Lead and the other will be the Follow.
  8. The SR Leader class was a class of experimental 0-6-6-0 articulated steam locomotive, produced to the design of the innovative engineer Oliver Bulleid. ...
  9. The concertmaster/mistress (from German Konzertmeister) is the leader of the first violin section of an orchestra. In the UK, the term commonly used is leader. ...
  10. Any person or thing that leads or conducts; One who goes first; One having authority to direct; One who leads a political party or group of elected party members; sometimes used in titles; A person or thing that leads in a certain field in terms of excellence, success, etc; A performer who ...
  11. (Leaders) The dots or dashes used in type to guide the eye from one set of type to the next.
  12. (leaders) In composition, rows of dashes or dots to guide the eye across the page. Used in tabular work, programs, tables of contents, etc.
  13. (Leaders) Single characters used to fill lines, usually to their end. So called because they “lead” the eye from one element of the page to another. For example, in the following (brief) Table of Contents, the periods (dots) are leaders. Foreword............... 2 Chapter 1.............. ...
  14. (22. Leaders) Leaders are like eagles, they don't flock, and you find them one at a time.
  15. (Leaders) (ldrs) - from the Latin word laedo meaning “journey”.  Change Leaders take their people to places they have never been before, i.e. the future state.
  16. (Leaders) 2nd Century-Theodotus of Byzantium. 8th Century-Elipandus of Spain, an archbishop in Toledo, and by Felix, bishop of Urgel. The revival of heresy held Christ as Son of God as far as his divine nature, but that humanly speaking he was adopted as the "first born of God."
  17. (Leaders) Alexander the Great · Lycurgus · Leonidas · Alcibiades · Demosthenes · Pericles · Solon · Themistocles · Hippocrates
  18. (Leaders) Dancing is not meant to be a wrestling match. The leader must not drag the follower around the dance floor. You must learn the principles of connection (active & passive).
  19. (Leaders) Dotted or dashed lines that fill the space between tab settings.
  20. (Leaders) Growing shoots or sprouts of a plant or tree (26).
  21. (Leaders) Lines that are thin and used to connect a specific note to a feature.
  22. (Leaders) Social Democrats · Clement Attlee · Eduard Bernstein · Léon Blum · Hjalmar Branting · Ignacy Daszyński · Tommy Douglas · Friedrich Ebert · David Lewis · Michael Joseph Savage · Bülent Ecevit · Jean Jaurès · Karl Kautsky · Ferdinand Lassalle  · Georgi Plekhanov · John Curtin ·
  23. (Leaders) The chief of state is the titular leader of the country who represents the state at official and ceremonial functions but is not involved with the day-to-day activities of the government. ...
  24. (Leaders) The two front animals of the team. These would be the smallest, smartest and most alert of the team.
  25. (Leaders) This is a length of line that is tied to the fly line, usually between 6 and 15 feet long. It is more resistant against the likelihood of abrasion, a blow, a bite or a break.