conductverbuk us /kənˈdʌkt/
conduct verb (ORGANIZE)
- She said that she didn't want a lawyer and was going to conduct her own defence.
- The company agreed to conduct a feasibility study for a hydroelectric plant at Aimores.
- Sir William had the ability to conduct proceedings in a dignified manner without ever becoming stuffy.
- A new team of detectives were called in to conduct a fresh inquiry.
- The election campaign was not conducted very cleanly.
- (your) every move idiom
- act/do sth on your own responsibility idiom
- be up to sth idiom
- get around to sth
- give yourself over/up to sth
- go about sth
- go about your business idiom
- go through with sth
- talk the talk idiom
- up to
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conduct verb (BEHAVE)
conduct verb (SHOW WAY)
conduct verb (MUSIC)
conductnoun [U]uk /ˈkɒn.dʌkt/ us /ˈkɑːn-/
conduct noun [U] (BEHAVIOUR)
- Her conduct throughout was irreproachable.
- We hope for a world where the rule of law, not the law of the jungle, governs the conduct of nations.
- They favour the self-regulation of the industry, and strict codes of conduct have already been issued by the Advertising Association.
- Her recent conduct is beyond the pale.
- Doctor Rivers was charged with gross negligence, unprofessional conduct and improper use of dangerous drugs.
conduct noun [U] (ORGANIZATION)