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conduct
'kɑːn,dəkt [n]'kɑːndəkt [v]kən'dəkt
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Manner of acting or controlling yourself.
  2. The way a person behaves toward other people.
(动) As a verb
  1. Lead, as in the performance of a composition.
  2. Lead musicians in the performance of.
  3. Take somebody somewhere.
  4. Transmit or serve as the medium for transmission.
  5. Direct the course of; manage or control.
  6. Behave in a certain manner.
Hyphenationcon•duct
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
Matching Results
行为xíngwéiaction; conduct; behavior; activity
品行pǐnxíngbehavior; moral conduct
举动jǔdòngact; action; activity; move; movement
引导yǐndǎoto guide; to lead (around); to conduct; to boot; introduction; primer
带领dàilǐngto guide; to lead
处理chǔlǐto handle; to treat; to deal with; to process; to deal with a criminal case; to mete out punishment; to offer for sale at a reduced price; to punish
管理guǎnlǐto supervise; to manage; to administer; management; administration
指挥zhǐhuīto conduct; to command; to direct; conductor (of an orchestra)
传导chuándǎoto conduct (heat, electricity etc)
举办jǔbànto conduct; to hold
生活作风shēnghuó zuòfēngbehavior; conduct
xíng, xìng (Tw)behavior; conduct
行径xíngjìngpath; conduct; behavior
进行jìnxíngto advance; to conduct; underway; in progress; to do; to carry out; to carry on; to execute
dǎoto transmit; to lead; to guide; to conduct; to direct
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