Pronunciation of Leading-Edge
/lˈiːdɪŋˈɛd͡ʒ/, /lˈiːdɪŋˈɛd‍ʒ/, /l_ˈiː_d_ɪ_ŋ_ˈɛ_dʒ/

Synonyms for leading-edge:

advanced (adjective)

avant-garde, breakthrough, excellent, exceptional, extreme, first, foremost, forward, higher, late, leading, liberal, precocious, progressive, radical, unconventional, cutting-edge.

avant-garde (adjective)

beat, experimental, head, hip, innovative, lead, new, new wave, Pioneering.

contemporary (adjective)

abreast, au courant, current, existent, extant, in vogue, instant, latest, mod, newfangled, now, present, present-day, recent, today, topical, ultramodern, up, up-to-date, up-to-the-minute, voguish, in fashion, contempo, hot off press, just out, red-hot, à la mode, with it.

creative (adjective)

clever, cool, fertile, formative, gifted, ingenious, innovational, inspired, inventive, original, originative, productive, prolific, stimulating, visionary, Demiurgic, Deviceful, way out, innovatory.

current (adjective)

accepted, accustomed, afoot, circulating, common knowledge, customary, fad, fashionable, general, hot, in, in progress, in use, modern, ongoing, popular, prevailing, prevalent, rampant, regnant, rife, ruling, swinging, trendy, widespread, Doing, in circulation, in the news, going around, in the mainstream, on front burner.

groundbreaking (adjective)

revolutionary, trendsetting, Innovating, spearheading, trailblazing.

innovative (adjective)

contemporary, breaking new ground.

modern (adjective)

coincident, concomitant, concurrent, fresh, last word, latter-day, modernistic, modernized, modish, novel, stylish, Neoteric, with-it, new-fashioned, twenty- first century.

synchronic (adjective)

coetaneous, coeval, coexistent, contemporaneous, synchronous.

ultramodern (adjective)

advanced, futuristic, nontraditional, twenty-first century, ahead of its time.

forefront/foreground (noun)

beginning, center, focus, fore, forepart, limelight, spearhead, on the line.

leading edge (noun)

forefront, front, point, van, vanguard, state-of-the-art, cutting edge, front edge.

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