①Someone who is frail is not very strong or healthy.【adj.虚弱的;体弱的】
②Something that is frail is easily broken or damaged.【adj.易碎的;易坏的】
①She lay in bed looking particularly frail.
②The frail craft rocked as he clambered in.
Matt Haig的新书 The Midnight Library 也出现了这个表达：
take the lead
①to start winning a race or competition.
②to accept responsibility for dealing with a situation.
③to do something as an example for others to follow.
①She took the lead ten miles into the marathon.
②The United States took the lead in trying to salvage a deal at the peace talks.
③British farmers took the lead by sending tons of grain to the drought-stricken areas.
《卫报》一篇题为 Stuck in the middle with the love 的文章也提到了这个表达：