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conducive

adjective uk   /kənˈdjuː.sɪv/  us   /-ˈduː-/
providing the right conditions for something good to happen or exist: Such a noisy environment was not conducive to a good night's sleep. This is a more conducive atmosphere for studying.
Translations of “conducive”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有利的,有助的,有益的…
in Russian способствующий…
in Turkish vesile olan, yol açan, yardımcı/sebep olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有利的,有助的,有益的…
in Polish sprzyjający…
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