Idiom: lead off (something)
Idiom: lead off (something) / lead something off
- We’re going to lead the meeting off with a prayer and the first panel discussion will follow afterwards.
- The first swimmer of our relay team led off the race with a record time of 59 seconds and no one could catch us after that.
- Can you confirm who will lead off the meeting and introduce the speakers?
- I wish we had lead the seminar off with a better ice-breaking activity.
- Let's lead off this advertising campaign with a contest to get people to share the message on social media.
- The candidate led the political rally off with the same stupid chant, "Lock her up, lock her up."
- The concert was amazing. The local band that lead off the opening set was really great.
- get started
- get the show on the road
- make a start
- swing into action
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