Lead up to conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: precede in time, set in motion, mark a path toward, act as a causal, do, follow, precede, set

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
lead up to
lead up to
leads up to
lead up to
lead up to
lead up to
Future Simple
will lead up to
will lead up to
will lead up to
will lead up to
will lead up to
will lead up to
Past Simple
led up to
led up to
led up to
led up to
led up to
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Conditional Simple
would lead up to
would lead up to
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would lead up to
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I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am leading up to
are leading up to
is leading up to
are leading up to
are leading up to
are leading up to
Future Progressive
will be leading up to
will be leading up to
will be leading up to
will be leading up to
will be leading up to
will be leading up to
Past Progressive
was leading up to
were leading up to
was leading up to
were leading up to
were leading up to
were leading up to
Conditional Progressive
would be leading up to
would be leading up to
would be leading up to
would be leading up to
would be leading up to
would be leading up to
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have led up to
have led up to
has led up to
have led up to
have led up to
have led up to
Future Perfect
will have led up to
will have led up to
will have led up to
will have led up to
will have led up to
will have led up to
Past Perfect
had led up to
had led up to
had led up to
had led up to
had led up to
had led up to
Conditional Perfect
would have led up to
would have led up to
would have led up to
would have led up to
would have led up to
would have led up to
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been leading up to
have been leading up to
has been leading up to
have been leading up to
have been leading up to
have been leading up to
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been leading up to
will have been leading up to
will have been leading up to
will have been leading up to
will have been leading up to
will have been leading up to
Past Perfect Progressive
had been leading up to
had been leading up to
had been leading up to
had been leading up to
had been leading up to
had been leading up to
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been leading up to
would have been leading up to
would have been leading up to
would have been leading up to
would have been leading up to
would have been leading up to

Examples of lead up to

Example in English
And now, Miss Beecher, in your own words, will you kindly acquaint the court with all the circumstances that lead up to your first meeting with the accused, Sergeant Rutledge?
And remembering them, lead up to
Everything that we've done to lead up to it, we've kind of taken from them, bits and pieces.
Got directional drag marks that lead up to the catwalk.
He even redid his kitchen So he could have these placed all around the mansion, All to lead up to this.
And now, Miss Beecher, in your own words, will you kindly acquaint the court with all the circumstances that lead up to your first meeting with the accused, Sergeant Rutledge?
And remembering them, lead up to
Everything that we've done to lead up to it, we've kind of taken from them, bits and pieces.
Got directional drag marks that lead up to the catwalk.
He even redid his kitchen So he could have these placed all around the mansion, All to lead up to this.
Long is the way and hard that out of Hell leads up to light."
Long is the way, and hard, that out of Hell leads up to the light."
Ail leads up to the road.
All that leads up to it, is still yet to come.
And everything we do, the kissing, the fondling, the foreplay all of it, it leads up to that one, ultimate, foregone conclusion.
Long is the way and hard that out of Hell leads up to light."
Long is the way, and hard, that out of Hell leads up to the light."
Ail leads up to the road.
All that leads up to it, is still yet to come.
And everything we do, the kissing, the fondling, the foreplay all of it, it leads up to that one, ultimate, foregone conclusion.
A CIA case officer may have had a sexual relationship with Congressman Nicholas Brody in the days and weeks leading up to the attack on Langley, according to anonymous sources.
Houston, who is... and you must detect a theme here... "Also the writer Bombshell, "spent the days leading up to her first Broadway preview
The question was how should we maneuver them into firing the first shot. It was desirable to make sure the Japanese be the ones to do this so that there should remain no doubt as to who were the aggressors." In the months leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor,
There is a parabola of agony, "a crescendo leading up to a peak and then the nerves are blunted "and react progressively less, until unconsciousness and death.
We have interviewed anyone who we know came into contact with her in the days leading up to her death."
No, of course not. But somewhere deep inside her she may feel complicit in the actions that led up to their murders.
Was there anything that led up to the attack?
A long tradition led up to this crisis.
Although the report runs to 862 pages and meticulously describes every happening that led up to the crash 24 months ago, the conclusion is all too simple: Sabotage.
And everything I'd done up to that point had led up to... writing a song like that, just effortlessly.
A CIA case officer may have had a sexual relationship with Congressman Nicholas Brody in the days and weeks leading up to the attack on Langley, according to anonymous sources.
Houston, who is... and you must detect a theme here... "Also the writer Bombshell, "spent the days leading up to her first Broadway preview
The question was how should we maneuver them into firing the first shot. It was desirable to make sure the Japanese be the ones to do this so that there should remain no doubt as to who were the aggressors." In the months leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor,
There is a parabola of agony, "a crescendo leading up to a peak and then the nerves are blunted "and react progressively less, until unconsciousness and death.
We have interviewed anyone who we know came into contact with her in the days leading up to her death."
No, of course not. But somewhere deep inside her she may feel complicit in the actions that led up to their murders.
Was there anything that led up to the attack?
A long tradition led up to this crisis.
Although the report runs to 862 pages and meticulously describes every happening that led up to the crash 24 months ago, the conclusion is all too simple: Sabotage.
And everything I'd done up to that point had led up to... writing a song like that, just effortlessly.

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