verb (used with object), trail·blazed, trail·blaz·ing.

to blaze a trail through (a forest, wilderness, or the like) for others to follow.
to be a pioneer in (a particular subject, technique, etc.).

verb (used without object), trail·blazed, trail·blaz·ing.

to work or serve as a trailblazer.

Origin of trailblaze

back formation from trailblazer Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of trailblaze

  • A lateral move in the offing provides opportunity to trailblaze new frontiers under existing career auspice.

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