Results for conduct

Definitions of conduct:

part of speech: noun

Personal behavior or practice; management.

part of speech: noun

Act or method of leading or managing: guidance: management: behavior: the leading of an army: also a tax levied by Charles I. of England for the purpose of paying the travelling expenses of his soldiers. " He who takes up armes for cote and conduct and his four nobles of Danegelt."- Milton.

part of speech: verb transitive

To guide; direct; manage; behave; to be a medium or channel for.

part of speech: noun

Personal behaviour; mode of life; management; guidance; escort.

part of speech: verb

To bring along or guide; to behave, as one's self; to direct; to point out the way; to manage; to lead or command; to transmit.

part of speech: verb transitive

To lead or guide: to direct: to manage: to behave: ( electricity) to carry or transmit.

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