lead-in

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See also: lead in and leadin'

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Noun[edit]

lead-in (plural lead-ins)

  1. An introduction; something that leads into the beginning of something.
    After the long lead-in, the climax of the story was a disappointment.
  2. A region of data at the beginning of a compact disc, holding the table of contents.
  3. (journalism) A short phrase that begins the caption of a photograph.

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  • (phrase at start of caption): kicker

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