Lead noun - The person who has the most important role in a play, movie, or TV show.
Trace and lead are semantically related. in clue topic. In some cases you can use "Trace" instead the word "Lead" as a noun or a verb.
Trace noun - A mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it.
Usage example: the wolf came and went without leaving a trace on the hard, dry ground
Lead and trace are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Lead" instead the word "Trace" as a noun or a verb.
How words are described
|particular||particular lead||particular trace|
|original||original lead||original trace|
|single||single lead||single trace|
|real||real lead||real trace|
|Other adjectives: large, huge, little, slight, slim, possible.|
Both words in one sentence
- However, exposure to lead is fatal to them, even in trace amounts, and (especially true in the Silver Age) being moved away from lead doesn't cure them.
Source: Weaksauce Weakness
- Jyou is officially the lead vocalist of existtrace, but there are two songs ("Little Mary to utsukushimi nikushimi no Danube" and "GINGER") where she shares lead vocals with rhythm guitarist Miko.
Source: Vocal Tag Team
- A common subversion is to stay on the line just long enough for a trace, but the purpose is to lead the police somewhere else as part of the criminal's elaborate plan.
Source: Phone-Trace Race
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