Translation for 'leading' from English to Greek
ADJ   leading | more leading | most leading
VERB   to lead | led | led
leading | leads
SYNO ahead | in the lead | lead | ...
unverified leading {adj} {pres-p}διοικών
unverified leading {adj} {pres-p}ηγούμενος
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Translation for 'leading' from English to Greek

leading {adj} {pres-p}
unverified διοικών

unverified ηγούμενος
Usage Examples English
  • An early September Jones poll showed Huntsman leading 49%-39%.
  • Aougrout is connected by a road leading north to Timimoun, a road leading west to the Deldoul oasis, and a road leading southwest to Tsabit (and from there to Adrar via the N6 national highway).
  • The 2016–17 league ended with Zeytinburnu SK leading. The first four leading teams were promoted to play semi-finals.
  • Claire Pannell finished 5th in the leading Scorers table and Karen Hare finished as 2nd leading netminder.
  • Susanna Phillips (Huntington) is an American singer who has sung leading lyric soprano roles at leading American and international opera houses.

  • Drum brakes are typically described as either leading/trailing (also called "single leading") or twin leading.
  • Leading-edge cuffs were called droop concept or drooped leading edge (DLE), or modified outboard leading edge in technical reports on stall/spin resistance.
  • Specialists use the word "leading" before their speciality (for example, leading writer, leading cook, leading regulator).
  • "Clara Sola" won a leading five awards out of its leading nine nominations.
  • The difference between ministers leading ministries and ministers leading Chancellery sections is mostly aesthetic.

  • Ricky Ponting was the leading scorer of the series and Glenn McGrath, the leading wicket-taker.
  • A leading financier is found dead at his home, leading amateur detective Philip Trent to investigate the case.
  • He batted a league-leading .412, setting the FIU season record with a league-leading 100 hits, and leading the team in doubles (21; third in the league) and RBIs (60). He wore number 10.
  • Clockwise from north these are: the east side of Trafalgar Square leading to St Martin's Place and then Charing Cross Road; the Strand leading to the City; leading to the Thames Embankment; Whitehall leading to Parliament Square; The Mall leading to Admiralty Arch and Buckingham Palace; and two short roads leading to Pall Mall.
  • Sneek is connected to other cities by four main waterways: Houkesloot, leading to the Prinses Margrietkanaal; River de Geeuw, leading to IJlst; de Zwette, leading to Leeuwarden; Franekervaart, leading to Franeker.

  • Route 6 is the main thoroughfare in the town, leading northeast [...] to Watertown and south [...] to Southbury.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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