ir a la cabeza de

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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to be in the first position of)
a. to be in the lead of
Nuestro partido va a la cabeza de todas las encuestas de opinión, y debemos hacer todo lo posible para que se mantenga allí.Our party is in the lead of all opinion polls, and we must do everything we can to keep it there.
b. to lead
En estos momentos, el equipo va a la cabeza de su grupo, pero el partido de esta tarde es decisivo.At this moment, the team is leading its group, but this afternoon's game is decisive.
2. (to go first in)
a. to be at the head of
Los líderes de los distintos grupos políticos iban a la cabeza de la manifestación.The leaders of the different political groups were at the head of the demonstration.
b. to be at the front of
El cura y sus dos monaguillos iban a la cabeza de la procesión.The priest and his two altar boys were at the front of the procession.
c. to head
A la cabeza de la comitiva iban el rey y sus ministros.The procession was headed by the king and his ministers.
d. to lead
Las dos sufragistas iban a la cabeza de un numeroso grupo de mujeres que enarbolaban pancartas con lemas feministas.The two suffragettes were leading a large group of women who waved banners with feminist slogans.
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