English version

blaze a trail

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblaze a trailblaze a trailDEVELOPto develop or do something new and important, or to do something important that no one has done before an innovative young company that has blazed a trail for others to follow blaze
Examples from the Corpus
blaze a trailHis cottages at Blaize Hamlet blazed a trail for a hundred years.Poland blazed the trail of democratic reform in eastern Europe.It took people like Daniel Boone to blaze trails over the ridges into the new, green country beyond.Advocates of manned flight agree that robots should act as interplanetary scouts, blazing trails that humans can safely follow.In the matter of curriculum development, the Chicago Regional Program blazes a trail that library media specialists can follow.
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