Meaning of lead-in
Pronunciation: (lēd'in"), [key]
- something that leads in or introduces; introduction; opening.
- the connection between an antenna and a transmitter or receiving set.
- the portion of a program or script that precedes or introduces a commercial.
- (of a conductor) carrying input to an electric or electronic device or circuit, esp. from an antenna.
- lead-in (Thesaurus)