conduct

conduct
I ['kɒndʌkt]
nome
1) (behaviour) condotta f., comportamento m. (towards verso, nei confronti di)
2) (handling) conduzione f. (of di)
II 1. [kən'dʌkt]
verbo transitivo
1) (lead) condurre [visitor, group]

she conducted us around the house — ci ha fatto fare il giro della casa

2) (manage) condurre [life, business]

to conduct sb.'s defence — dir. assumere la difesa di qcn

3) (carry out) condurre [experiment, research, inquiry]; fare [poll]; celebrare [ceremony]
4) mus. dirigere [orchestra]
5) el. fis. condurre, essere conduttore di
2.
verbo intransitivo mus. dirigere
3.
verbo riflessivo

to conduct oneself — comportarsi

* * *
1. verb
1) (to lead or guide: We were conducted down a narrow path by the guide; He conducted the tour.) condurre
2) (to carry or allow to flow: Most metals conduct electricity.) condurre
3) (to direct (an orchestra, choir etc).) dirigere
4) (to behave (oneself): He conducted himself well at the reception.) comportarsi
5) (to manage or carry on (a business).) dirigere
2. noun
1) (behaviour: His conduct at school was disgraceful.) comportamento
2) (the way in which something is managed, done etc: the conduct of the affair.) condotta
- conduction
- conductor
* * *
conduct /ˈkɒndʌkt/
n. [u]
1 condotta; comportamento: good conduct, buona condotta; unprofessional conduct, comportamento non professionale; code of conduct, codice di comportamento; codice deontologico; disorderly conduct, condotta contraria all'ordine pubblico
2 modo di condurre; conduzione; gestione: the conduct of an examination, il modo di condurre un esame; the conduct of business, la gestione degli affari; the conduct of the war, la conduzione della guerra
3 (arc.) guida; direzione
4 (arte) trattamento; esecuzione
● (psic.) conduct disorder, comportamento antisociale (di bambino, ecc.); disturbo della condotta □ (leg.) conduct money, indennità di viaggio (di un testimone) □ (mil.) conduct sheet, (foglio delle) note disciplinari.
♦ (to) conduct /kənˈdʌkt/
A v. t.
1 condurre; svolgere; tenere: to conduct an experiment, condurre un esperimento; to conduct a survey, condurre (o svolgere) un'inchiesta; to conduct a debate, tenere un dibattito; to conduct an examination, tenere un esame; (mil.) to conduct a siege, condurre un assedio
2 gestire; dirigere; condurre: to conduct business, gestire gli affari; to conduct a business, dirigere un'azienda
3 (mus.) dirigere (un'orchestra, un concerto)
4 condurre; guidare: We were conducted through several rooms, siamo stati condotti attraverso diverse stanze; conducted tours, visite guidate
5 (elettr., fis.) condurre
6 convogliare; trasportare: These pipes conduct drinking water, questi tubi convogliano l'acqua potabile
B v. i.
1 (elettr., fis.) essere conduttore
2 (mus.) fare il direttore d'orchestra
to conduct oneself, comportarsi, condursi (bene, male, ecc.).
* * *
I ['kɒndʌkt]
nome
1) (behaviour) condotta f., comportamento m. (towards verso, nei confronti di)
2) (handling) conduzione f. (of di)
II 1. [kən'dʌkt]
verbo transitivo
1) (lead) condurre [visitor, group]

she conducted us around the house — ci ha fatto fare il giro della casa

2) (manage) condurre [life, business]

to conduct sb.'s defence — dir. assumere la difesa di qcn

3) (carry out) condurre [experiment, research, inquiry]; fare [poll]; celebrare [ceremony]
4) mus. dirigere [orchestra]
5) el. fis. condurre, essere conduttore di
2.
verbo intransitivo mus. dirigere
3.
verbo riflessivo

to conduct oneself — comportarsi


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