behavior, behaviour, conduct, doings(noun)
manner of acting or controlling yourself
demeanor, demeanour, behavior, behaviour, conduct, deportment(verb)
(behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
conduct, carry on, deal(verb)
direct the course of; manage or control
"You cannot conduct business like this"
convey, dish out, shell out, comport, apportion, plow, impart, lot, behave, act up, parcel out, deal out, guide, lead, continue, portion out, sell, consider, take, carry on, share, dispense, dole out, divvy up, deport, grapple, administer, channel, deal, uphold, trade, proceed, treat, contend, carry, address, go on, direct, allot, make out, mete out, preserve, bear on, acquit, distribute, handle, care, transmit, cover, cope, make do, get by, manage, look at, bear
conduct, lead, direct(verb)
lead, as in the performance of a composition
"conduct an orchestra; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years"
comport, conduce, place, moderate, impart, behave, send, head, target, lead, maneuver, take, carry on, result, point, deport, extend, aim, channelise, deal, take aim, engineer, chair, calculate, channel, precede, carry, manoeuver, go, address, manoeuvre, direct, pass, organize, channelize, organise, acquit, convey, leave, transmit, run, top, contribute, orchestrate, mastermind, guide, train, steer, bear
behave, acquit, bear, deport, conduct, comport, carry(verb)
behave in a certain manner
"She carried herself well"; "he bore himself with dignity"; "They conducted themselves well during these difficult times"
exile, digest, abide, express, comport, tolerate, act, pack, have a bun in the oven, support, impart, behave, sway, assoil, extend, carry, guide, lead, deliver, put up, take, stick out, channel, expect, deport, assume, pay, endure, take over, deal, dribble, run, extradite, do, transport, exculpate, stomach, birth, direct, hold, expatriate, transmit, clear, stock, have, acquit, brook, yield, turn out, convey, persuade, post, suffer, discharge, stand, exonerate, gestate, contain, accept, carry on, stockpile, give birth, wear, bear
lead, take, direct, conduct, guide(verb)
take somebody somewhere
"We lead him to our chief"; "can you take me to the main entrance?"; "He conducted us to the palace"
require, chair, read, occupy, subscribe to, rent, withdraw, run, organise, lead, top, mastermind, take on, carry, deal, assume, engineer, have, hold, choose, learn, fill, transmit, necessitate, impart, consume, go, drive, hire, result, place, consider, need, study, behave, pick out, steer, guide on, send, channel, draw, contract, adopt, calculate, film, remove, demand, acquit, orchestrate, conduce, lease, contribute, take aim, take up, train, strike, use up, select, take, engage, comport, make, claim, channelize, point, manoeuvre, head, get, channelise, get hold of, exact, take away, pack, call for, take in, bring, submit, convey, deport, shoot, aim, direct, charter, precede, extend, contain, address, bear, carry on, target, subscribe, involve, acquire, manoeuver, look at, postulate, organize, accept, moderate, guide, admit, pass, ingest, leave, ask, maneuver
impart, conduct, transmit, convey, carry, channel(verb)
transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
"Sound carries well over water"; "The airwaves carry the sound"; "Many metals conduct heat"
canalise, beam, transfer, express, comport, dribble, get, pack, bring, impart, behave, add, send, run, guide, lead, have a bun in the oven, take, communicate, post, expect, channelize, deport, fetch, extend, channelise, deal, pass on, channel, carry, give, transport, stock, bestow, hold, gestate, direct, acquit, broadcast, convey, persuade, leave, transmit, contain, air, sway, contribute, carry on, stockpile, canalize, lend, bear
lead musicians in the performance of
"Bernstein conducted Mahler like no other conductor"; "she cannot conduct modern pieces"
To lead, or guide; to escort.
To lead, as a commander; to direct; to manage; to carry on; as, to conduct the affairs of a kingdom.
Little skilled in the art of conducting a siege. - William H. Prescott.
(reflexively to conduct oneself) To behave.
He conducted himself well.
To serve as a medium for conveying; to transmit, as heat, light, electricity, etc.
To direct, as the leader in the performance of a musical composition.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Behavior is our action in the presence of others; conduct includes also that which is known only to ourselves and our Maker. Carriage expresses simply the manner of holding the body, especially in sitting or walking, as when it is said of a lady "she has a fine carriage." Bearing refers to the bodily expression of feeling or disposition; as, a haughty bearing; a noble bearing. Demeanor is the bodily expression, not only of feelings, but of moral states; as, a devout demeanor. Breeding, unless with some adverse limitation, denotes that manner and conduct which result from good birth and training. Deportment is behavior as related to a set of rules; as, the pupil's deportment was faultless. A person's manner may be that of a moment, or toward a single person; his manners are his habitual style of behavior toward or before others, especially in matters of etiquette and politeness; as, good manners are always pleasing.
The behavior of the pastor to or toward his people, on or upon the streets, before the multitude, or in the church, with the godly, or with the worldly, was alike faultless.
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List of paraphrases for "conduct":
behaviour, behavior, perform, driving, behavioural, lead, undertake, conducting, acts, chairmanship, realization, ethics, behaviours, proceed, misconduct, holding, hold, make, conducted, organize, behavioral, pursue, drive, attitude, leadership, implementation, behaviors
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How to use conduct in a sentence?
I would bet that the judge will make every effort to put all of those things aside and to sentence him based on the conduct that he was convicted of.
Our Interior Ministry ... will conduct a comprehensive investigation, not into the incident itself, but into the way in which this incident was reflected to the world.
Maybe Delaware law under-enforces the conduct of bankers.
Based on our office's review of the evidence of the case we believe there was evidence not just of inappropriate contact but also of potential criminal conduct on the part of Mr. Austin Hopkins.
Because it is an open ongoing investigation and is classified, I cannot say more about what we are doing and whose conduct we are examining, i know that is extremely frustrating to some folks. I hope you and the American people can understand.
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- ръководене, водене, държа се, ръководство, дирижирам, отвеждам, водя, провеждане, провеждам, ръководя, поведениеBulgarian
- conductaCatalan, Valencian
- vést, řízení, děj, dirigovat, vedení, chování, provádění, správa, zápletkaCzech
- Führung, führen, leiten, Leitung, dirigierenGerman
- konduki, gvidiEsperanto
- dirigir, comportarse, conducir, guiar, conducta, conducción, manejarSpanish
- johtaa, toimeenpano, saattaa, suorittaa, opastaa, käytös, hoitaa, käyttäytyä, johtaminenFinnish
- conduite, conduire, se comporter, comportement, menerFrench
- dol a-mach, giùlanScottish Gaelic
- duktar, guidarIdo
- comportarsi, condotta, conduzione, condurre, comportamentoItalian
- zich gedragen, leiden, dirigeren, geleidenDutch
- comandare, conducere, comportament, dirijareRomanian
- управление, проводить, руководство, управлять, дирижировать, сопроводить, вести себя, проведение, сопровождать, провожать, поведение, руководитьRussian
- cundhuta, condutaSardinian
- handha, leda, utförande, uppträdande, föra, ledning, förvalta, ledsaga, uppförande, skötsel, förvaltning, anföra, hållning, vandel, dirigera, förrättning, sköta, beteendeSwedish
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