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conduct

US [ˈkɑnˌdʌkt]
UK [ˈkɒndʌkt]
  • v.实施;执行;表现;引导
  • n.举止;管理方法;经营方式;实施办法
  • Web行为;处理;传导
Simple Present:conducts  Present Participle:conducting  Past Tense:conducted  
conduct
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
组织;安排;实施;执行to organize and/or do a particular activity
to conduct an experiment/an inquiry/a survey
进行实验╱询问╱调查
The negotiations have been conducted in a positive manner.
已积极进行过谈判。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
指挥(歌唱或音乐演奏)to direct a group of people who are singing or playing music
a concert by the Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Colin Davis
由科林 ) 戴维斯爵士指挥、爱乐交响乐团演出的音乐会
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth + adv./prep.
带领;引导;为(某人)导游to lead or guide sb through or around a place
a conducted tour of Athens(= one with a guide, giving information about it)
有导游陪同的雅典之行
The guide conducted us around the ruins of the ancient city.
导游带领我们游览了古城遗迹。
4.
[t]
~ yourself + adv./prep.
举止;表现to behave in a particular way
He conducted himself far better than expected.
他表现得比预料的要好得多。
5.
[t]
~ sth
传导(热或电等能量)to allow heat or electricity to pass along or through it
Copper conducts electricity well.
铜的导电性能好。
n.
— see also
safe conduct
1.
(人在某地或某种情况下的)行为,举止a person's behaviour in a particular place or in a particular situation
The sport has a strict code of conduct.
这种体育运动有严格的行为规范。
2.
~ of sth
经营方式;管理方法;实施办法the way in which a business or an activity is organized and managed
There was growing criticism of the government's conduct of the war.
政府对战争的指挥方式受到越来越多的指责。

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