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.