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Led Definition

Noun: LED

  1. Diode such that light emitted at a p-n junction is proportional to the bias current; colour depends on the material used
    - light-emitting diode
Verb: lead (led)  leed
  1. Accompany somebody somewhere to show them the way
    "we led him to our chief";
    - take, direct, conduct, guide
  2. Have as a result or residue
    - leave, result
  3. Tend to or result in
    "This remark led to further arguments among the guests"
  4. Travel in front of; go in advance of others
    "The procession was led by John";
    - head
  5. Cause to undertake a certain action
    "Her greed led her to forge the checks"
  6. Stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point
    "Service leads all the way to Cranbury";
    - run, go, pass, extend
  7. Be in charge of
    "Who is leading this project?";
    - head
  8. Be ahead of others; be the first
    "she led her class every year";
    - top
  9. Have the effect of making happen, or become more likely
    "The use of computers in the classroom led to better writing";
    - contribute, conduce
  10. (music) Have the leading position, as in the performance of a composition
    "lead an orchestra";
    - conduct, direct
  11. Provide access; extend (in the direction of something)
    "This door leads to the basement";
    - go
  12. Move ahead (of others) in time or space
    - precede
  13. Cause something to lie along a particular path
    "lead the wire behind the cabinet";
    - run
  14. Preside over
    "John led the discussion";
    - moderate, chair