Georgian English Dictionary

ქართული - English

წამყვანი in English:

1. leading

a leading source of
Brilliant papers by Comrade Stalin allowed Soviet linguistics to take the leading position in the world.
It has happened that people sleeping with the fan on have experienced a freezing of the stomach, as well as a local air pressure stress leading them to feel unwell.
Boeing has calculated the chances of a series of crew errors leading to CFIT.
Tell him that I have perished and that my cadaver is now being used by medical students at a leading Catholic university.
You wake up lying on the rocky floor of a dark cave. A little light filters down from above. You can just make out a couple of openings leading away from the cave. What do you do now?
He, who thought he was leading, is lying motionlessly in a wooden box, and those who were left behind, realising that he cannot be of use anymore, are cremating him.
The businessman was leading too busy a life to spend weekends with his family.
It is foreseen that, due to the decline in grain production, China will quickly become a world leading grain importing country, overtaking Japan.
Leading a fulfilling life really comes down to a simple question: When you turn off the lights at night and your head is on the pillow, what do you hear? Your soul singing or Satan laughing?
What, you having bread again? I see you're still leading the same thrilling dietary life as ever.
More than ever do we need goals or leading ideas that will give purpose to whatever we are doing.
That fact becomes self evident if you take a look at the relation between this theme and those leading research on it.
Road traffic injuries are a major public health problem and a leading cause of death.
Many leading British politicians studied philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford.