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Detailed Synonyms for conducting in English

conducting:

conducting [the ~] noun

  1. the conducting
    the conducting
  2. the conducting
    – the direction of an orchestra or choir 1
    the conducting
    – the direction of an orchestra or choir 1
    • conducting [the ~] noun
      • he does not use a baton for conducting1
  3. the conducting
    – the way of administering a business 1
    the conducting
    – the way of administering a business 1

Alternate Synonyms for "conducting":


Related Definitions for "conducting":

  1. the direction of an orchestra or choir1
    • he does not use a baton for conducting1
  2. the way of administering a business1

conduct:

to conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)

  1. to conduct
    to accompany; to conduct; come along with; to chaperon; to escort; to walk along
    • accompany verb (accompanies, accompanied, accompanying)
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
    • chaperon verb (chaperons, chaperoned, chaperoning)
    • escort verb (escorts, escorted, escorting)
    • walk along verb (walks along, walked along, walking along)
  2. to conduct
    to direct; to conduct
    • direct verb (directs, directed, directing)
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
  3. to conduct
    – lead, as in the performance of a composition 1
    to conduct; to lead; to direct
    – lead, as in the performance of a composition 1
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
      • conduct an orchestra; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years1
    • lead verb (leads, led, leading)
    • direct verb (directs, directed, directing)
  4. to conduct
    – lead musicians in the performance of 1
    to conduct
    – lead musicians in the performance of 1
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
      • Bernstein conducted Mahler like no other conductor1
      • she cannot conduct modern pieces1
  5. to conduct
    – take somebody somewhere 1
    to conduct; to lead; to take; to guide; to direct
    – take somebody somewhere 1
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
      • He conducted us to the palace1
    • lead verb (leads, led, leading)
      • We lead him to our chief1
    • take verb (takes, took, taking)
      • can you take me to the main entrance?1
    • guide verb (guides, guided, guiding)
    • direct verb (directs, directed, directing)
  6. to conduct
    – transmit or serve as the medium for transmission 1
    to conduct; to carry; channel; to impart; to convey; to transmit
    – transmit or serve as the medium for transmission 1
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
      • Many metals conduct heat1
    • carry verb (carries, carried, carrying)
      • Sound carries well over water1
      • The airwaves carry the sound1
    • channel verb
    • impart verb (imparts, imparted, imparting)
    • convey verb (conveies, conveyed, conveying)
    • transmit verb (transmits, transmitted, transmitting)
  7. to conduct
    – direct the course of; manage or control 1
    to conduct; to deal; to carry on
    – direct the course of; manage or control 1
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
      • You cannot conduct business like this1
    • deal verb (deals, dealt, dealing)
    • carry on verb (carry on, carried on, carrying on)
  8. to conduct
    – behave in a certain manner 1
    to conduct; to bear; to carry; to behave; to deport; acquit; comport
    – behave in a certain manner 1
    • conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)
      • They conducted themselves well during these difficult times1
    • bear verb (bears, bearing)
      • he bore himself with dignity1
    • carry verb (carries, carried, carrying)
      • She carried herself well1
    • behave verb (behaves, behaved, behaving)
    • deport verb (deports, deported, deporting)
    • acquit verb
    • comport verb

Conjugations for conduct:

present
  1. conduct
  2. conduct
  3. conducts
  4. conduct
  5. conduct
  6. conduct
simple past
  1. conducted
  2. conducted
  3. conducted
  4. conducted
  5. conducted
  6. conducted
present perfect
  1. have conducted
  2. have conducted
  3. has conducted
  4. have conducted
  5. have conducted
  6. have conducted
past continuous
  1. was conducting
  2. were conducting
  3. was conducting
  4. were conducting
  5. were conducting
  6. were conducting
future
  1. shall conduct
  2. will conduct
  3. will conduct
  4. shall conduct
  5. will conduct
  6. will conduct
continuous present
  1. am conducting
  2. are conducting
  3. is conducting
  4. are conducting
  5. are conducting
  6. are conducting
subjunctive
  1. be conducted
  2. be conducted
  3. be conducted
  4. be conducted
  5. be conducted
  6. be conducted
diverse
  1. conduct!
  2. let's conduct!
  3. conducted
  4. conducting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

conduct [the ~] noun

  1. the conduct
    the behaviour; the demeanour; the behavior
    – (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people 1
    the conduct; the way of behaving; the deportment; the bearing; the demeanor
  2. the conduct
    the conduct; the mode of life; the behavior
    the behaviour
    – (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people 1
  3. the conduct
    – manner of acting or controlling yourself 1
    the conduct; the behaviour; the doings; the behavior
    – manner of acting or controlling yourself 1
  4. the conduct
    – (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people 1
    the conduct; the behaviour; the demeanour; the deportment; the behavior; the demeanor
    – (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people 1

Related Words for "conduct":


Alternate Synonyms for "conduct":


Related Definitions for "conduct":

  1. manner of acting or controlling yourself1
  2. (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people1
  3. lead, as in the performance of a composition1
    • conduct an orchestra; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years1
  4. lead musicians in the performance of1
    • Bernstein conducted Mahler like no other conductor1
    • she cannot conduct modern pieces1
  5. take somebody somewhere1
    • He conducted us to the palace1
  6. transmit or serve as the medium for transmission1
    • Many metals conduct heat1
  7. direct the course of; manage or control1
    • You cannot conduct business like this1
  8. behave in a certain manner1
    • They conducted themselves well during these difficult times1

Related Synonyms for conducting