Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Conduct"

The meaning of "Conduct" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does public conduct mean?
A: @dalkdalk thank you 😊
Q: What does to conduct mean?
A: Depends. To conduct a meeting? Organize.
A conductor is someone who directs music performances, to conduct...
Q: What does Zero for conduct mean?
A: Somebody's behavior was very bad, so they received a grade of 0 (/10, /100...)
Q: What does conduct mean?
A: Organize and carry out

Conduct an investigation.
Conduct an inquiry.

Or it means behaviour.

Poor conduct.
Generous conduct.

Or it means to lead or guide.

Conduct a tour.
Conduct an orchestra.

Or to act as a channel for something (like heat or electricity)

Wires are used to conduct electricity.
Copper kettles conduct a lot of heat.

Example sentences using "Conduct"

Q: Please show me example sentences with conduct.
A: 😁conduct[kən'dʌkt]😁

👉the rules of conduct

👉good conduct

👉bad conduct

👉There was growing criticism of the Government's conduct of the war

👉I told the bodyguard to conduct him to the door /to conduct him out

👉The guide conducted the tourists round the museum

👉General Vo Nguyen Giap conduct an army

👉They will conduct a meeting , negotiations

👉copper conducts electricity better than other materials do

👉He conducts oneself honourably , with dignity , likes a gentleman
Q: Please show me example sentences with conduct.
A: The children must practice good conduct in school. The prisoners had good conduct so they were rewarded with more outside time. At the doctors appointment, the nurse conducted several tests on the patient.
Q: Please show me example sentences with conduct.
A: The police are conducting an investigation.
I like the way that company conducts business.
He conducts the orchestra well.
Metals conduct electricity well.
Q: Please show me example sentences with conduct .
A: The copper wire conducts electricity.
The new student has bad conduct reports.
The ship was conducted around the ice burgs.
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Synonyms of "Conduct" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between conduct and guide ?
A: 一緒に行って案内する🍀




My daughter will guide you around the city.


My son will guide you to the station.




団体旅行のスケジュールを管理して、旅がスムーズに進むように導いてくれる人をツアーコンダクター(tour conductor)と言いますよね。



The old man conducted me around the town.


The man conducted me to a small room, where we talked about the business.


Q: What is the difference between conduct a task and perform a task ?
A: They are very similar, but conducting a task sounds like there is a leader
- "The police are conducting an investigation"

but if you perform a task, you are just doing it or you are doing the task in front of an audience.
- "The magician is performing some tricks"
- "He performed well on his exam"

Hope this helps!!
Q: What is the difference between Her conduct was an affront to him. and Her conduct was an insult to him. ?
A: Insult is used far more often in everyday speach.
Q: What is the difference between conduct and dictate and lead ?
A: conduct means you teach them by doing, dictate means you force them to follow you, and lead means that they follow willingly
Q: What is the difference between conduct business and manage business ?
A: There is an insignificant difference between them. "Conducting something" is the way of managing a business, affair, etc.; handling. "To conduct" is used in a broad meaning, to conduct business (what business and what you do is not concrete). "To manage" is used when there is something concrete, like "to manage a factory".

Translations of "Conduct"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the conduct of code of a doctor raises him above narrow prejudices.

What can be the other ways of saying the same sentence?
A: The code of conduct for a doctor elevates him above unreasonable prejudices.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conducted
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conduct
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Other questions about "Conduct"

Q: The conduct of the plan which negiatively effect the canyon violates international obligations and must cease. does this sound natural?
A: "which negatively affects" instead of "which negiatively effect".
Q: Please conduct yourself well, you wouldn't want to make yourself a fool in an important dinner party. does this sound natural?
A: @sandychung: Generally, you should use "at".

For events, like a dinner party, a regular party, or a parade, always use "at". So, "I'm at the dinner party!"

"I'm at the party!"

"I'm at the parade!"
Q: Such conduct does not become a gentleman. does this sound natural?
A: I guess it is natural, but it is much more formal than what we would use today. It sounds like 19th century English.
Q: Which one is correct (if any): "To pursue, carry out, produce, conduct foreign policy" ? Hope you understand what I'm trying to say
A: @sallysall95: I would say the most common is "carry out foreign policy", but you could say any of them and people would understand. The only one that might get misconstrued is "produce", as that would mean they've come up with the foreign policy but haven't exactly had it passed or carried out the action yet :)

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