a track connecting a railroad yard or facility with a main line or running track.
[led] /lɛd/ noun 1. any of several tropical trees or shrubs belonging to the genus Leucaena, of the legume family, especially L. glauca, having pinnate leaves and white flowers.
[leed-uhp] /ˈlidˌʌp/ noun 1. something that provides an approach to or preparation for an event or situation. n. 1917, from lead (v.1) + up (adv.).
[led-vil] /ˈlɛd vɪl/ noun 1. a town in central Colorado: historic mining boom town.
[led] /lɛd/ noun 1. a poisonous pigment used in painting, consisting of white lead and characterized chiefly by a fugitive white color, covering power, and tough, flexible film-forming properties.