v. 引导( conduct的现在分词 ); 带领; 控制; 传导
When you conduct an activity or task, you organize it and carry it out.
I decided to conduct an experiment...
He said they were conducting a campaign against democrats across the country...
The conduct of a task or activity is the way in which it is organized and carried out.
Also up for discussion will be the conduct of free and fair elections...
The Conservative Party did not in the main disagree with Bevin's conduct of foreign policy.
If you conduct yourself in a particular way, you behave in that way.
The way he conducts himself reflects on the party and will increase criticisms against him...
Most people believe they conduct their private and public lives in accordance with Christian morality.
Someone's conduct is the way they behave in particular situations.
For Europeans, the law is a statement of basic principles of civilised conduct...
He has trouble understanding that other people judge him by his conduct.
When someone conducts an orchestra or choir, they stand in front of it and direct its performance.
Dennis had recently begun a successful career conducting opera in Europe...
Solti will continue to conduct here and abroad...
If something conducts heat or electricity, it allows heat or electricity to pass through it or along it.
Water conducts heat faster than air.
If you conduct someone to a place, you go there with them.
He asked if he might conduct us to the ball which was to bring the proceedings to an end.
1. the way of administering a business
2. the direction of an orchestra or choir;
He appeared hardly capable of conducting a coherent conversation.
Dennis had recently begun a successful career conducting opera.
Dennis had recently begun a successful career conducting opera in Europe.
They took the lead in conducting the experiments.
Conducting business with her is fine but I find that actually conversing with her is quite difficult.