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conduct /kənˈdʌkt/ verb
conduct /ˈkɒndʌkt $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun [uncountable]

سیره ، جریان ، انتقال دادن انجام دادن ، رفتار کردن رهبری کردن ، کردار ، اجرا کردن ، رفتار ، سلوک ، هدایت کردن ، بردن ، اداره کردن ، علوم مهندسی: هدایت کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: معاطات ، کشیده شدن ، روانشناسی: هدایت کردن ، علوم نظامی: رفتار اخلاقی
- behaviour, attitude, bearing, demeanour, deportment, manners, ways
- management, administration, control, direction, guidance, handling, organization, running, supervision
- carry out, administer, control, direct, handle, manage, organize, preside over, run, supervise
- behave, acquit, act, carry, comport, deport
- accompany, convey, escort, guide, lead, steer, usher
Related Words: bearing, demeanor, mien, posture, stance, convey, transmit, administer, handle, head, oversee, supervise, arrange, control, keep up, order, regulate, rule, engineer, lead, pilot, steer, remove, separate, take away, withdraw
English Thesaurus: behaviour, conduct, manner, demeanour, antics, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. conduct1 W2 AC /kənˈdʌkt/ verb
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin; Origin: conductus, past participle of conducere; CONDUCE]

1. CARRY OUT [transitive] to carry out a particular activity or process, especially in order to get information or prove facts
conduct a survey/investigation/review etc
We are conducting a survey of consumer attitudes towards organic food.
conduct an experiment/a test
Is it really necessary to conduct experiments on animals?
conduct a campaign
They conducted a campaign of bombings and assassinations.
conduct an interview
The interview was conducted in English.
The memorial service was conducted by the Rev. David Prior.
It was the first time that I had conducted business in Brazil.

In everyday English, people usually say do or carry out rather than conduct:
They’re doing a survey of opinions about organic food.

2. MUSIC [intransitive and transitive] to stand in front of a group of musicians or singers and direct their playing or singing ⇒ conductor
conduct an orchestra/choir
The orchestra is conducted by John Williams.
Who will be conducting?

3. BEHAVE conduct yourself formal to behave in a particular way, especially in a situation where people judge you by the way you behave:
The players conducted themselves impeccably, both on and off the field.

4. ELECTRICITY/HEAT [transitive] if something conducts electricity or heat, it allows electricity or heat to travel along or through it ⇒ conductor:
Aluminium, being a metal, readily conducts heat.

5. SHOW SOMEBODY SOMETHING [transitive always + adverb/preposition] formal to take or lead someone somewhere
conduct somebody to something
On arrival, I was conducted to the commandant’s office.
conducted tour (of something) (=a tour of a building, city, or area with someone who tells you about that place)
a conducted tour of Berlin

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. conduct2 W3 AC /ˈkɒndʌkt $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun [uncountable] formal

1. the way someone behaves, especially in public, in their job etc Synonym : behaviour:
The Senator’s conduct is being investigated by the Ethics Committee.
an inquiry into the conduct of the police
ethical/professional etc conduct
the Law Society’s Code of Professional Conduct
improper/violent/offensive etc conduct
his arrest for disorderly conduct (=noisy violent behaviour)

2. conduct of something the way in which an activity is organized and carried out:
complaints about the conduct of the elections
Disclosure of information would compromise the proper conduct of the investigation.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. behaviour
ADJ. good The prisoner was released early for good conduct.
discreditable, disgraceful, immoral, improper, ungentlemanly, unprofessional, unseemly | aggressive, violent | criminal, fraudulent, illegal, negligent, unlawful, wrongful | homosexual, sexual | personal | business, professional The business conduct of this bank will be subject to UK rules. Our organization sets high standards of professional conduct.
police | human It is tempting to think of morality as a guide to human conduct.
VERB + CONDUCT engage in The committee concluded that the senators had engaged in improper conduct.
regulate Efforts were made to regulate the conduct of crowds at football games.
explain The minister was called to court to explain his conduct.
CONDUCT + VERB constitute sth conduct constituting a crime
PREP. ~ by The violent conduct by the strikers was condemned.
~ towards her conduct towards her husband
PHRASES a code of conduct, rules of conduct, standards of conduct

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II. management of sth
ADJ. proper The elders were responsible for the proper conduct of community life.
day-to-day the day-to-day conduct of the business of the company

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I. organize sth/carry sth out
ADV. independently The enquiry must be independently conducted.
personally | properly | successfully

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II. lead/guide sb
ADV. personally How about a personally conducted tour of the house?
PREP. along, around/round, down, through, to, etc. A guide conducted us around the museum.

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III. conduct yourself: behave
ADV. honourably, well, with dignity She conducts herself with great dignity.

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IV. heat/electricity
ADV. well a substance which conducts electricity well

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conduct research
He’s conducting educational research at the University of Washington.
conduct a survey
They conducted a survey of students’ careers one year after graduation.
conduct a study/review
Scientists conducted a study of the area affected by the nuclear disaster.
conduct an investigation/inquiry
Experts conducted an investigation into the causes of the crash.
conduct an interview
Here are a few guidelines on how to conduct an interview.
conduct a campaign
The party was criticized for the way it had conducted its election campaign.
conduct a test/experiment
Investigators will be conducting tests to determine how the man died.
conduct a search
The Spanish authorities conducted a nationwide search for the girl.
conduct (a) business
The company had been conducting a lot of business in Latin America.

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