There are 2 main translations of leading in Spanish

: leading1leading2

leading1

destacado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈliːdɪŋ//ˈlidɪŋ/

adjective

  • 1

    (principal)
    (playwright/expert/scientist) destacado
    (scientist/expert/playwright) importante
    (brand/company) líder
    (company/brand) puntero
    she played a leading role in ... tuvo un papel destacado en ...
    • she was a leading figure in the movement fue una de las figuras principales del movimiento
    • available at leading record stores en venta en las principales casas de música
    • the country is the world's leading oil-producer es el país líder / puntero en la producción de petróleo
    • Who or what is the consumer to believe when leading investment experts have such conflicting views?
    • He won his first Oscar for his part in One Flew Over the Cucko's Nest, a second for Terms of Endearment and his third for the leading role in As Good As it Gets.
    • By the 1960s she was acclaimed as the country's leading female jazz vocalist and film actress.
    • He has figured in a number of leading roles for Ballinrobe Musical Society, including Danilo in The Merry Widow.
    • The present upsurge of the Manipuri people would be marked in history also by the way in which women played a leading role in furthering the movement.
    • The best overall actor and actress will be crowned Mr. and Miss Bollywood and the top six will be assured of leading roles in Bollywood movies.
    • The organizers said that although the dancers are very young, most of the leading roles have gone to award-winning performers.
    • She danced all the leading ballerina roles, foremost among them Odette-Odile and Kitri.
    • Will his subsequent role as a leading critic of the war enhance this theme, undercut it, or have little impact?
    • Brazil is one of the world's leading emerging markets.
    • And in 1994 he signed with the nation's leading independent label.
    • Pears sang the leading roles in all of the operas from Peter Grimes to Death in Venice, and extracts from his letters are printed here alongside Britten's.
    • And it has become an important leading indicator of where the economy is heading.
    • So when I'm offered a leading role in a movie, it's great, because I get to do more of what I love to do.
    • He has directed the United States to play a leading role in the recovery effort, and we will continue to do that.
    • This winter, chiffon dresses and smart coats in red, burgundy, pink and purple play the leading role in the collection.
    • Washington was just a child when he saw Sidney Poitier become the first black actor to win an Oscar for a leading role.
    • Craven District Council has played a leading role as main sponsor of the project.
    • After college, she headed to New York City and landed the leading role in the Broadway production, Zombie.
    • These were leading cases in an important and developing field, and after a week of submissions the Court of Appeal understandably reserved judgment.
  • 2

    (in front)
    (horse/driver/runner) que va a la cabeza
    (runner/driver/horse) que va en cabeza
    (horse/driver/runner) puntero

There are 2 main translations of leading in Spanish

: leading1leading2

leading2

plomería, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛdɪŋ//ˈlɛdɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    plomería feminine
    • We can give thanks that through the leading of the Spirit we do not tolerate slavery, but that does not set Spirit against Word.
    • While it gives people a sense of commonality and familiarity, it also keeps them from seeing the bigger picture and being responsive to the leading of the Holy Spirit.
    • The church rejoices with them in the remarkable providence of God in his leading at this time.
    • "Mother, we taught our kids to act upon the leading of the Holy Spirit."
    • No, it is a God-and-Spirit work - a response to the leading and the driving of the Godhead.
    • Thus, if we are not willing to give total obedience to his leading, we should not pray for blessing from above.
    • It is a longing for a church that raises up leaders who recognize that leading and listening are not mutually exclusive.
    • Things can be learned in many ways (spiritual leading is one way you pointed).