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behaviour

noun [U] UK ( US behavior)
 
 
/bɪˈheɪvjər/
the way that someone or something behaves in a particular situation: A boss's behaviour must be consistent both with the law and with broad public policy goals.the behaviour of sb/sth In the last few years, the behavior of the stock market suggests that investors are cautious. Good corporate behaviour makes good commercial sense. →  See also buying behaviour , customer behaviour , organizational behaviour
Translations of “behaviour”
in Korean 행동, 처신…
in Arabic سُلوك, تَصَرُّف…
in Portuguese comportamento, conduta…
in Catalan comportament…
in Japanese (英)態度, 言動, ふるまい…
in Italian comportamento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行為,舉止…
in Russian поведение…
in Turkish davranış, tavır…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行为,举止…
in Polish zachowanie…
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