lead to do
lead (one) to (do something)
To cause or compel force one to do something. The sales agent led me to believe I would continue paying the lower price if I signed up for the TV service, but when I got my first bill I learned that wasn't the case. These sales lead us to think that there is not much of a market for this kind of product. His continued misuse of the internet led his parents to ban him from using it altogether.
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lead someone to do something
Fig. to cause someone to do something. This agent led me to purchase a worthless piece of land. My illness led me to quit my job.
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