Definitions of lead-out:
  • noun:   (broadcasting) A program scheduled to follow another.
  • noun:   (cycling) The tactic where one cyclist goes ahead at high speed so that a following teammate (the sprinter) can benefit from the slipstream. See drafting.
  • noun:   The final part of the groove of a vinyl record, after the end of the recording.
  • noun:   A marker in the data stored on a compact disc, representing the end of a recording session.

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