English → English - conduct

Pronunciation
n. behavior; management
v. behave; manage; direct an orchestra or other musical ensemble; transfer, transmit

English → Spanish - conduct

Pronunciation
s. conducta, actuación, comportamiento, porte, proceder; conducción, manejo
v. conducir, transmitir; dirigir, acaudillar, guiar, timonear

English → French - conduct

Pronunciation
n. conduite; gestion
v. conduire, mener; gérer; diriger

English → German - conduct

Pronunciation
n. Benehmen; Führung
v. führen, leiten; dirigieren; halten, abhalten

English → Indonesian - conduct

Pronunciation
n. kelakuan, tingkah laku, tabiat, cara mengurus perusahaan
v. mengantar, mengiringkan, mengadakan, memimpin, membimbing, mengalirkan, menyalurkan

English → Italian - conduct

Pronunciation
s. condotta, comportamento, contegno; gestione, direzione
v. condurre, dirigere, eseguire; guidare, portare, accompagnare; trasportare, convogliare; (rifl) comportarsi, condursi; trasmettere

English → Polish - conduct

Pronunciation
n. postępek, kierownictwo, pokierowanie
v. poprowadzić korespondencję, przewodzić instytucją, dowodzić wojskiem, zaprowadzić, przewodzić {techn.}, dyrygować orkiestrą, odprawiać nabożeństwo, prowadzić się, zachować się, zaprowadzać

English → Portuguese - conduct

Pronunciation
s. conduta, comportamento; administração
v. conduzir, dirigir; administrar

English → Romanian - conduct

Pronunciation
v. conduce, dirija, acompania, escorta, duce spre, ghida, purta
n. conducere, dirijare, purtare, comportare, conduită, ţinută, jgheab, port

English → Russian - conduct

Pronunciation
с. поведение, образ действий, ведение, ведение дела, руководство, управление
г. вести, сопровождать, эскортировать; руководить, проводить, управлять, дирижировать; проводить тепло, служить проводником

English → Turkish - conduct

Pronunciation
f. idare etmek, yönlendirmek, rehberlik etmek, yönetmek, iletmek, geçirmek
i. hareket, davranış, yönetim, idare, gidiş

English → Ukrainian - conduct

Pronunciation
n. поведінка, керування, супровід, перепустка
v. вести, супроводити, керувати, диригувати, провадити, проводити, розводити, рядити

English → Dutch - conduct

Pronunciation
zn. gedrag; leiding, beheer
ww. leiden,beheren; dirigeren

English → Greek - conduct

Pronunciation
ουσ. διεξαγωγή, οδηγία, συμπεριφορά, διαγωγή
ρήμ. καθοδηγώ, άγω, διευθύνω, οδηγώ, φέρω, διεξάγω

English → Arabic - conduct

Pronunciation
‏إدارة، سلوك، تصرف، قيادة، السيرة‏
‏قاد، وصل، دبر، تصرف، أدى، تولى‏

English → Chinese - conduct

Pronunciation
(名) 行为, 指导, 举动
(动) 引导, 管理, 指挥; 引导, 带领; 指挥乐队

English → Chinese - conduct

Pronunciation
(名) 行為, 指導, 舉動
(動) 引導, 管理, 指揮; 引導, 帶領; 指揮樂隊

English → Hindi - conduct

Pronunciation
n. आचार-व्यवहार, चरित्र, संचालन, वर्तन
v. नेतृत्व करना, मार्ग दिखाना, आचरण करना

English → Japanese - conduct

Pronunciation
(動) 振舞う; 導く; 指揮する; 経営する
(名) 態度; 行い; 指導; 管理

English → Korean - conduct

Pronunciation
명. 행위, 행동; 경영
동. 행동하다, 행하다; 경영하다,다루다; 지휘하다, 오케스트라나 음악 연주단을 지휘하다; 전하다, 전도하다

English → Vietnamese - conduct

Pronunciation
n. hướng dẫn, điều khiển, cư xử, phẩm hạnh, hạnh kiểm, tánh nết, cách cư xữ
v. hướng dẫn, điều khiển, quản lý, trong nôm

Definition of conduct

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The act or method of controlling or directing
2. Skillful guidance or management; generalship.
3. The manner of guiding or carrying oneself; personal deportment; mode of action; behavior.
Good conduct will be rewarded and likewise poor conduct will be punished.
4. Plot; action; construction; manner of development.
5. Convoy; escort; guard; guide.
6. That which carries or conveys anything; a channel; a conduit; an instrument.
Verb
7. To lead, or guide; to escort.
8. To lead, as a commander; to direct; to manage; to carry on.
To conduct the affairs of a kingdom
9. (reflexively to conduct oneself) To behave.
He conducted himself well.
10. To serve as a medium for conveying; to transmit, as heat, light, electricity, etc.
11. To direct, as the leader in the performance of a musical composition.
12. To act as a conductor (as of heat, electricity, etc.); to carry.
13. To carry out (something organized)
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Verb Forms

Present participle: conducting
Present: conduct (3.person: conducts)
Past: conducted
Future: will conduct
Present conditional: would conduct
Present Perfect: have conducted (3.person: has conducted)
Past Perfect: had conducted
Future Perfect: will have conducted
Past conditional: would have conducted
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