Lead-out meaning

lēd'out'
A program, as on television, scheduled to follow another.
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A group of sectors written at the end of a CD-R recording session that indicates the end of the data. The lead-out is always toward the outer edge of the disc. The first lead-out is 6,750 sectors, and all subsequent ones are 2,250 sectors. Contrast with lead-in.
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(broadcasting) A program, scheduled to follow another.

[Viewers] also stay around for the 11:30 movie lead-out. "• Edwin Diamond.

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(cycling) A race tactic, used to set up a rider for a sprint finish, in which one rider on a team will ride at a very high rate of speed with a teammate (the sprinter) following directly behind in his slipstream thus enabling the following rider to gain speed without expending as much energy as he normally would. See drafting.
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(poker slang) To bet into a pot postflop from the first betting position.
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Origin of lead-out

  • From lead +"Ž out.
    From Wiktionary