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2 Translation results for conduct in Spanish

verb | noun

conduct verb

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conducted, has conducted, is conducting, conducts
guiar, conducir; dirigir; realizar, llevar a cabo; transmitir (calor, electricidad, etc.)

Example sentences of
conduct verb

  • The police are conducting an investigation into last week's robbery.
  • I like the way the company conducts business.
  • The magazine conducted a survey.
  • Who will be conducting the meeting?
  • The committee is expected to conduct hearings in May.
  • He conducts the choir with great skill and emotion.
  • conducting the music of Mozart
  • Our guide slowly conducted us through the museum.
  • Our guide conducted us along the path.

Detailed synonyms for conduct verb

1. Conduct, manage, control, direct, operate, run, steer, supervise, administer significan servirse uno de su capacidad de guiar, liderar o dominar.
  • Conduct indica el tomar, por parte del líder, la responsabilidad por, o la supervisión de las acciones y logros de un grupo <in charge of conducting the negotiations>.
  • Manage indica el manipular y maniobrar directamente hacia un resultado deseado <manages the financial affairs of the company>.
  • Control indica regular o contener con el fin de permanecer dentro de los límites o de seguir el curso <try to control the number of people using the park>.
  • Direct indica un guiar o regular constante, como para lograr un funcionamiento sin complicaciones <directs the day-to-day running of the store>.
  • Operate, run son términos amplios que significan dirigir las actividades de trabajo de algo <operating a business> <run a factory>.
  • Steer connota el guiar firmemente algo en una dirección en particular <tried to steer the agency back toward its original mission>.
  • Supervise connota el estar directamente a cargo de un proyecto, actividad o grupo de trabajadores <she was already supervising nine employees>.
  • Administer implica el manejar la operación o el uso de algo, generalmente en una manera oficial <the UN envoy chosen to administer the territory>.
2. See: Accompany, Behave

conduct noun

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conducción, dirección, manejo; conducta, comportamiento

Example sentences of
conduct noun

  • A panel investigated her conduct and she was subsequently fired.
  • The President was happy to leave the conduct of foreign affairs to his secretary of state.

Synonyms of
conduct noun

Related phrases for conduct

Reverse translation for conduct

guiar  - to guide, to lead, to manage 
conducir  - to drive a vehicle, to direct, to lead, to drive (a vehicle) 
dirigir  - to direct, to lead, to address, to aim, to point, to conduct (music) 
realizar  - to carry out, to execute, to produce, to direct (a film or play), to fulfill, to achieve, to realize (a profit) 
transmitir  (calor, electricidad, etc.) - to transmit, to broadcast, to transmit, to broadcast, to pass on, to transfer 
conducción  - conduction (of electricity, etc.), management, direction, driving 
dirección  - address, direction, management, leadership, steering (of an automobile) 
manejo  - handling, operation, management, driving 
conducta  - conduct, behavior 
comportamiento  - behavior, conduct 
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