Conduct

1. имя существительное 1) руководство, управление Синоним(ы): guidance, leading, management, command 2) военное дело командование Синоним(ы): command 3) поведение Например: good conduct — послушание, хорошее поведение You will be called over the coals for your conduct. — Вам попадёт за ваше поведение. Синоним(ы): behaviour 2. глагол 1) сопровождать, сопутствовать, быть чьим-либо проводником Например: to conduct tourists through a museum — водить туристов по музею Синоним(ы): accompany, attend, guide 2) вести, руководить; проводить Например: to conduct a siege — вести осаду to conduct an investigation — проводить расследование to conduct a search — искать, обыскивать 3) дирижировать Например: to conduct an orchestra — дирижировать оркестром to conduct an opera — дирижировать оперой 4) вести себя (каким-либо образом) 5) физика проводить; служить проводником 6) вести, иметь направление, служить путём (о дороге) Синоним(ы): lead

Большой англо-русский словарь

Conduct

1) поведение 2) руководство; командование 3) проводить (ток, тепло) 4) сопровождать 5) вести, проводить Например: to conduct welding operation — вести сварку to conduct experiment — ставить опыт, проводить эксперимент to conduct welding operation — вести сварку

Англо-русский научно-технический словарь

Conduct

проводить (тепло, ток, звук, свет)

Англо-русский политехнический словарь

Conduct

Идиомы со словом "conduct": - infamous conduct - safe conduct

Англо-русский фразеологический словарь

Conduct

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin conductus, from Latin conducere 1. obsolete escort, guide 2. the act, manner, or process of carrying on ; management
Example: praised for his conduct of the campaign 3. a mode or standard of personal behavior especially as based on moral principles
Example: questionable conduct II. verb transitive verb 1. to bring by or as if by leading ; guide
Example: conduct tourists through a museum 2. a. to lead from a position of command
Example: conduct a siege
Example: conduct a class b. to direct or take part in the operation or management of
Example: conduct an experiment
Example: conduct a business
Example: conduct an investigation c. to direct the performance of
Example: conduct an orchestra
Example: conduct an opera 3. a. to convey in a channel b. to act as a medium for conveying or transmitting 4. to cause (oneself) to act or behave in a particular and especially in a controlled manner intransitive verb 1. of a road or passage to show the way ; lead 2. a. to act as leader or director b. to have the quality of transmitting light, heat, sound, or electricity • conductibility nounconductible adjective Synonyms: conduct, manage, control, direct mean to use one's powers to lead, guide, or dominate. conduct implies taking responsibility for the acts and achievements of a group
Example: conducted negotiations. manage implies direct handling and manipulating or maneuvering toward a desired result
Example: manages a meat market. control implies a regulating or restraining in order to keep within bounds or on a course
Example: controlling his appetite. direct implies constant guiding and regulating so as to achieve smooth operation
Example: directs the store's day-to-day business. Synonym: see in addition behave.

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера