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  • EN [ kənˈdʌkt]
  • US [ kənˈdʌkt]

English definition


  • 1. manner of acting or conducting yourself

  • 2. (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people


  • 1. direct the course of; manage or control;

    • "You cannot conduct business like this"
  • 2. lead, as in the performance of a composition;

    • "conduct an orchestra; Bairenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years"
  • 3. behave in a certain manner;

    • "She carried herself well"
    • "he bore himself with dignity"
    • "They conducted themselves well during these difficult times"
  • 4. transmit or serve as the medium for transmission;

    • "Sound carries well over water"
    • "The airwaves carry the sound"
    • "Many metals conduct heat"
  • 5. take somebody somewhere;

    • "We lead him to our chief"
    • "can you take me to the main entrance?"
    • "He conducted us to the palace"
  • 6. lead musicians in the performance of;

    • "Bernstein conducted Mahler like no other conductor"
    • "she cannot conduct modern pieces"

Example sentences

  • It's about time you gave over that kind of conduct.

  • Are you ashamed of your conduct?

  • She taught us how to conduct experiments.

  • He was very indignant with his wife over her improper conduct.

  • Faithful [ Frank ; Honest ] words offend the ear but are good for improving one's conduct.

  • His conduct occasions me great anxiety.

  • Tom is suspended from school for a week for bad conduct.

  • These four crooked ministers are jealous of real talent and block righteous conduct.

  • I was called to account for my conduct by the headmistress.

  • I'm fed up with your conduct.

  • I am surprised ( to learn that ) you give countenance to such conduct.

  • Such conduct will derogate from your reputation.

  • The newlyweds decided to conduct family planning for lack of a sound economic base.

  • The stranger's conduct was that of a man who had been born with a silver spoon in his mouth.

  • A man of irreproachable conduct commands the respect of others.

  • His conduct that evening was to say the least curious.

  • Such conduct is displeasing to your parents.

  • Such conduct hardly sorts with the position as a teacher.

  • His conduct brought disgrace upon his family.

  • She was found guilty of unprofessional conduct.

  • For Europeans, the law is a statement of basic principles of civilised conduct.

  • Why did the bank not conduct its own audit before lending still more?

  • Police will conduct random breath tests.

  • Most people believe they conduct their private and public lives in accordance with Christian morality.

  • Also up for discussion will be the conduct of free and fair elections.

  • Police chiefs strongly defended police conduct against a wave of criticism.

  • The accusations are making the government's conduct appear increasingly sleazy.

Phrase collocation

  • a bad conduct

Synonym discrimination

  • accompany, conduct, attend, escort

  • direct, conduct, guide, lead, pilot

  • perform, conduct, do, execute, fulfil


Meaning of conduct

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