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conducts, 3rd person singular present; conducted, past participle; conducting, present participle; conducted, past tense;
  1. Organize and carry out
    • - in the second trial he conducted his own defense
    • - surveys conducted among students
  2. Direct the performance of (a piece of music or a musical ensemble)
    • - my first attempt to conduct a great work
    • - Toscanini is coming to conduct
  3. Lead or guide (someone) to or around a particular place
    • - he conducted us through his personal gallery of the Civil War
  4. Transmit (a form of energy such as heat or electricity) by conduction
    • - heat is conducted to the surface
  5. Behave in a specified way
    • - he conducted himself with the utmost propriety

  1. (conduct) direct the course of; manage or control; "You cannot conduct business like this"
  2. (conduct) behavior: manner of acting or controlling yourself
  3. (conduct) lead, as in the performance of a composition; "conduct an orchestra; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years"
  4. (conduct) demeanor: (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
  5. (conduct) behave: behave in a certain manner; "She carried herself well"; "he bore himself with dignity"; "They conducted themselves well during these difficult times"
  6. (conduct) lead: take somebody somewhere; "We lead him to our chief"; "can you take me to the main entrance?"; "He conducted us to the palace"
  7. Conducting is the act of directing a musical performance by way of visible gestures. Orchestras, choirs, concert bands and other musical ensembles often have conductors.
  8. (Conduct (album)) Conduct is the fifth album by indie rock band Fuck, and was released by Matador Records in 1998. A version was released in Japan by Bandai Records. On the online music store iTunes, it is the most popular album by the band.
  9. (conduct) n.  person's behaviour
  10. (conduct) The conduction of electricity refers to the process of electrical charge flowing through a material. The conduction of the charge carriers is the electrical current.
  11. (CONDUCT) We shall endeavour to both advise you and promote your interests as professionally and efficiently as we can, but we cannot guarantee a successful outcome to any particular matter.
  12. (CONDUCT) Good relations between the company and officials of National parks, Game scouts, our staff, customs and immigration officers as well as other citizens of Zimbabwe are vital for all to enjoy the facility in a pleasant and harmonious manner. ...
  13. (CONDUCT) Whilst Kaapstad wish everyone to have the best time possible, if a client disrupts any event or has cause to disturb any other participant other than by accidental means on the tour they will be asked to leave and no refund will be given in any way shape or form. ...
  14. (Conduct (Jokes)) Why does lightning shock people? Because it doesn't know how to conduct itself.
  15. (Conduct (Student)) Regulations pertaining to the academic integrity review process are administered by the Office of Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards, a unit within the Division of Student Affairs. ...
  16. (Conduct) By becoming a member of Gopher Wit, Members agree to be bound by the Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor that shall be final and binding in all respects. Failure to comply with these Official Rules may result in disqualification. ...
  17. (Conduct) Establishing or maintaining a personal or other relationship with a person for the covert purpose of (or is incidental to) obtaining and passing on information ie the task in hand.
  18. (Conduct) Exercise leadership in a project or study.
  19. (Conduct) That which flows from a source to a recipient is conduct. A word that ends in 'ing' expresses conduct, e.g. running. Conduct, when it arrives at a recipient is called consequences.
  20. (Conduct) The Site may be used solely for lawful purposes, and may not be used in such a manner as to violate any applicable law. ...
  21. (Conduct) The ability of two conductors separated by a dielectric to store electricity when a potential difference exists between the conductors.
  22. (Conduct) The school, family, town, community, and players themselves are judged by their conduct; players can make or break them.
  23. (Conduct) The type of air vents in a prison, especially designed to prevent escape. Could also be installed for effective use in a practice room.
  24. (Conduct) The igobig social network conduct shall include but not be limited to the same terms that people agree to abide by on existing social networks online as of 4-24-11.
  25. (Conduct) We’ll work professionally, confidentially and with due skill and care. You can therefore expect us to be reliable, transparent, honest and to keep you properly informed throughout an engagement. ...