Hindi translation of conduct
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Word forms: conducts, conducting, conductedverb /kənˈdʌkt कनˈडक्ट्/, noun /ˈkɒndʌkt ˈकॉन्डक्ट्/.
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb, singular noun
When you conduct an activity or task, you organize it and do it. You can also talk about the conduct of an activity or task.
संचालित करना/संचालन mn
⇒ I decided to conduct an experiment. ⇒ ...the conduct of fair elections.
⇒ conduct business/research ⇒ conduct a test/experiment/study ⇒ conduct a poll/survey/review/interview ⇒ conduct a search/investigation
SIMILAR WORDSrun, direct, manage, organize
2. uncountable noun, transitive verb
Your conduct, or the way you conduct yourself, is the way you behave.
आचार-व्यवहार mn/व्यवहार करना
⇒ We cannot allow this kind of conduct. ⇒ He conducts himself in a similar way on and off the tennis court.
3. transitive or intransitive verb
When someone conducts an orchestra or choir, they stand in front of it and direct its performance.
संचालन करना/संचालित होना
⇒ Solti continued to conduct here and abroad. ⇒ I've always wanted to conduct an orchestra.
Derived formsconduction /kənˈdʌkʃən कनˈडक्शन्/ uncountable noun
⇒ Temperature becomes uniform by heat conduction until finally a permanent state is reached. ⇒ ...best known for his work on the conduction of electricity by gases
⇒ conduction of something ⇒ conduction of electricity/energy/heat ⇒ electron/electrical conduction
conductive /kənˈdʌktɪv कनˈडक्टिव़्/ adjective A conductive substance is able to conduct things such as heat and electricity.
⇒ Salt water is much more conductive than fresh water is. ⇒ ...electrically conductive polymers
⇒ electrically conductive ⇒ conductive fibres/threads
conductivity /ˌkɒndʌkˈtɪvɪti ˌकॉन्डकˈटिव़िटी/ uncountable noun
⇒ Small electrodes are taped to the fingers, and attached to a device which monitors the electrical conductivity of the skin.
⇒ the conductivity of something ⇒ electrical/hydraulic conductivity
conductorWord forms: conductors countable noun
⇒ Several hundred musicians need a conductor.
4. transitive verb
If something conducts heat or electricity, it allows heat or electricity to pass through it.
⇒ conduct heat/electricity
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Example Sentences Including 'conduct'
There had been something strange about his conduct all day.Passion in the Peak
The violence of his feelings appalled him; this was no way to conduct a case.A Worm of Doubt
He began to conduct Ed with both forefingers, giggling like a child.A Means to Evil
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'conduct' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَقُودُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: conduzir
- Chinese: 进行
- Croatian: provesti
- Czech: provést provádětčinnost
- Danish: udføre
- Dutch: uitvoeren
- European Spanish: llevar a cabo
- Finnish: tehdä suorittaa
- French: mener
- German: leiten Musik
- Greek: διεξάγω
- Italian: condurre
- Japanese: 行う
- Korean: ...을 실시하다
- Norwegian: føre
- Polish: zaprowadzić prowadzić
- Portuguese: conduzir
- Romanian: a efectua
- Russian: проводить
- Spanish: conducir
- Swedish: uträtta
- Thai: จัดการ
- Turkish: yürütmek
- Ukrainian: проводити провести
- Vietnamese: thực hiện
Translation of conduct from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary