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Noun
The manner in which a person behaves, especially in a particular place or situation
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“What the Trade Practices Act does is make unconscionable conduct unacceptable to the law.”
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The manner in which an organization or activity is managed or directed
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“The company has found itself in a deep crisis due to its negligent conduct.”
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(dated) The plot of a literary work
“I'll subjoin a small taste of this other anonymous author's abilities both in conduct and diction.”
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Personal principles or standards
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(mass noun) The execution or accomplishment of a task or series of tasks
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A proficiency or well-balanced ability
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Things that go on, occur, or happen
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The way in which a person lives
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One's behavior
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Moral principles that govern the conduct of a person or organization
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Buddhist principles
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A characteristic or manner of an interaction
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A performance of a specified quality
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A principle of behavior in accordance with standards of right and wrong
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To organize and carry out
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“These constant issues are making it difficult for me to conduct my business.”
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To comport oneself
“The party guests would conduct themselves as perfect ladies and gentlemen.”
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To direct or escort someone to a given place
“The commandant's secretary, a very worthy man, had the goodness to conduct us through the place.”
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To serve as a medium for conveying
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“In gases, atoms may become ionized, so that the resultant free electrons and ions are free to conduct electricity.”
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To guide along the desired course
“The tube is one of two which will conduct water from the dam towards the village.”
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To bring about or cause something to happen
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To put on a public performance
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Follow through, persevere
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To take, or cause to go, from one place to another
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Continue or persevere
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To conduct oneself in a particular way
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To associate or keep company with
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To control or influence (a person or course of action)
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