||bet you, give you odds
||I'll lay you ten to one that Marc uses steroids. I'm sure he does.
||lazy person, a person who does not want to work
||If you don't want to work, we'll call you lazy bones.
|lead a life
||have a style of living, have a way of life
||With your career and children, you lead a busy life.
||(See heavy foot)
|lead pipe cinch
||certain of the result, a foregone conclusion
||The Jets are a lead pipe cinch to win the game. They're better.
|lead you down the garden path
||tell you a false story, give you a line
||He said the trip to Paris was free. He led me down the garden path.
|lead you on
||promise good things, pretend to be good
||I know you love Jo, but she was leading you on. She loves Paul.
||grow new leaves, in leaf
||She trimmed the branches before the trees began to leaf out.
||allow people to know, tell the media
||Details of the program were leaked to a newspaper.
||(See have a leak)