Inlead meaning

(mechanical and electrical) To lead into; conduct.

New afferent or inleading processes might be set up tending, themselves, towards the mathematical point of interaction --Helge Lundholm.

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(religious) To lead from within.

When man is in the former state, the Lord inflows and inleads immediately --Emanuel Swedenborg.

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(mechanical and electrical) A conduit, channel or wire leading into a container or device.

A cathode inlead.

Inlead tube.

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Origin of inlead

  • From Middle English inleden (“to lead or bring in, introduce”), from Old English inlǣdan (“to lead in, bring in, introduce, conduct”), equivalent to in- +‎ lead.
    From Wiktionary