English - Vietnamese Dictionary
conduct /'kɔndəkt/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- hạnh kiểm, tư cách, đạo đức, cách cư xử
- good conduct: hạnh kiểm tốt
- bad conduct: hạnh kiểm xấu
- sự chỉ đạo, sự điều khiển, sự hướng dẫn; sự quản lý
- (nghệ thuật) cách sắp đặt, cách bố cục (vở kịch, bài thơ...)
- regimental (company) conduct sheet
- (quân sự) giấy ghi khuyết điểm và kỷ luật của người lính
- động từ
- chỉ huy, chỉ đạo, điều khiển, hướng dẫn; quản, quản lý, trông nom
- to conduct an army: chỉ huy một đạo quân
- to conduct an orchestra: điều khiển một dàn nhạc
- to conduct an affair: quản lý một công việc
- to conduct oneself: cư xử, ăn ở
- to conduct onself well: cư xử tốt
- (vật lý) dẫn
- to conduct hear: dẫn nhiệt
+manner of acting or controlling yourself
+(behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
+direct the course of; manage or control
+lead, as in the performance of a composition
+behave in a certain manner
+transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
+take somebody somewhere
+lead musicians in the performance of
Advanced English Dictionary
1 behaviour, actions, demeanour, manners, deportment, comportment, attitude:
Such conduct will not be tolerated in this school.
2 guidance, direction, management, supervision, leadership, administration, government, running, handling, control, command, regulation, operation:
Had the conduct of the war been left up to him, we should have lost.
3 guide, direct, supervise, manage, carry on, run, control, administer, regulate, operate:
They conduct a remarkably successful business.
4 lead, guide, escort, show (in or out), usher:
We were conducted through the gallery by the curator herself.
5 channel, carry, transmit, convey; direct:
Electrical power is conducted by the cable.
6 conduct oneself. behave, act, demean, deport, comport, acquit:
For a six-year-old, he conducted himself very well.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [VN] to organize and/or do a particular activity: to conduct an experiment / an inquiry / a survey + The negotiations have been conducted in a positive manner. + They conducted a vigorous campaign for a shorter working week.
2 to direct a group of people who are singing or playing music: [VN] a concert by the Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Colin Davis [also V]
3 [VN +adv./prep.] to lead or guide sb through or around a place: a conducted tour of Athens (= one with a guide, giving information about it) + The guide conducted us around the ruins of the ancient city.
4 [VN +adv./prep.] ~ yourself ... (formal) to behave in a particular way: He conducted himself far better than expected. + The report challenges them to examine how they conduct themselves in the workplace.
5 [VN] (physics) (of a substance) to allow heat or electricity to pass along or through it: Copper conducts electricity better than other materials do.
+ noun [U] (formal)
1 a person's behaviour in a particular place or in a particular situation: The sport has a strict code of conduct. + improving standards of training and professional conduct
2 ~ of sth the way in which a business or an activity is organized and managed: There was growing criticism of the government's conduct of the war.
See also - SAFE CONDUCT
The prisoner was released early for good conduct.
| discreditable, disgraceful, immoral, improper, ungentlemanly, unprofessional, unseemly | aggressive, violent | criminal, fraudulent, illegal, negligent, unlawful, wrongful | homosexual, sexual | personal | business, professional
The business conduct of this bank will be subject to UK rules. Our organization sets high standards of professional conduct.
| police | human
It is tempting to think of morality as a guide to human conduct.
VERB + CONDUCT
The committee concluded that the senators had engaged in improper conduct.
Efforts were made to regulate the conduct of crowds at football games.
The minister was called to court to explain his conduct.
CONDUCT + VERB
conduct constituting a crime
The violent conduct by the strikers was condemned.
| ~ towards
her conduct towards her husband
a code of conduct, rules of conduct, standards of conduct
2 management of sth
The elders were responsible for the proper conduct of community life.
the day-to-day conduct of the business of the company verb
1 organize sth/carry sth out
The enquiry must be independently conducted.
| personally | properly | successfully
2 lead/guide sb
How about a personally conducted tour of the house?
along, around/round, down, through, to, etc.
A guide conducted us around the museum.
3 conduct yourself: behave
honourably, well, with dignity
She conducts herself with great dignity.
a substance which conducts electricity well
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