conduct

conduct
1. noun
1) (behaviour) Verhalten, das

good conduct — gute Führung

2) (way of conducting) Führung, die; (of inquiry, operation) Durchführung, die
2. transitive verb
1) (Mus.) dirigieren
2) führen [Geschäfte, Krieg, Gespräch]; durchführen [Operation, Untersuchung]
3) (Phys.) leiten [Wärme, Elektrizität]
4)

conduct oneself — sich verhalten

5) (guide) führen

a conducted tour [of a museum/factory] — eine [Museums-/Werks]führung

* * *
1. verb
1) (to lead or guide: We were conducted down a narrow path by the guide; He conducted the tour.) führen
2) (to carry or allow to flow: Most metals conduct electricity.) leiten
3) (to direct (an orchestra, choir etc).) dirigieren
4) (to behave (oneself): He conducted himself well at the reception.) sich betragen
5) (to manage or carry on (a business).) betreiben
2. noun
1) (behaviour: His conduct at school was disgraceful.) das Betragen
2) (the way in which something is managed, done etc: the conduct of the affair.) die Führung
- academic.ru/115742/conducted_tour">conducted tour
- conduction
- conductor
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con·duct
I. vt
[kənˈdʌkt]
to \conduct an experiment/an inquiry/a study ein Experiment/eine Ermittlung/eine Studie durchführen
to \conduct one's private life sein Privatleben gestalten
to \conduct negotiations Verhandlungen führen
to \conduct a religious service einen Gottesdienst abhalten
2. (direct)
to \conduct a business/meeting einen Betrieb/eine Besprechung leiten
to \conduct an orchestra ein Orchester dirigieren
to \conduct traffic [or BRIT the traffic] den Verkehr [um]leiten
3. (guide)
to \conduct sb jdn führen
\conducted tour Führung f
4. ELEC
to \conduct electricity/heat Strom/Wärme leiten
5. (form: behave)
to \conduct oneself sich akk benehmen
II. vi
[kənˈdʌkt]
MUS dirigieren
III. n
[ˈkɒndʌkt, AM ˈkɑ:n-]
no pl
1. (behaviour) Benehmen nt, Verhalten nt; of pupils Betragen nt
code of \conduct Verhaltenskodex m
2. (form: management) Führung f, Leitung f
* * *
['kɒndʌkt]
1. n
1) (= behaviour) Verhalten nt, Benehmen nt (towards gegenüber); (of children also) Betragen nt; (of prisoner) Führung f

the rules of conduct — die Verhaltensregeln

2) (= management) Führung f; (of conference, commission of inquiry) Leitung f; (of investigation) Durchführung f

his conduct of the war —

their conduct of the campaign — die Art, wie sie die Kampagne durchführen/durchgeführt haben

2. vt
[kən'dʌkt]
1) (= guide) führen; (ceremoniously) geleiten (geh)

conducted tour (of) (of country) — Gesellschaftsreise f (durch); (of building) Führung f (durch)

2) (= direct, manage) war, campaign, correspondence, conversation führen; meeting, business also leiten; investigation durchführen; private affairs handhaben

he conducted his own defence — er übernahm seine eigene Verteidigung

3) (MUS) dirigieren
4) (PHYS, PHYSIOL) leiten; lightning ableiten, erden
3. vi
[kən'dʌkt]
1) (MUS) dirigieren
2) (PHYS) leiten
4. vr
[kən'dʌkt] sich verhalten, sich benehmen; (prisoner) sich führen

her husband conducted himself abominably — ihr Mann führte sich unmöglich auf

* * *
conduct
A s [ˈkɒndʌkt; -dəkt; US ˈkɑn-]
1. Führung f:
a) Leitung f, Verwaltung f
b) Handhabung f, Durchführung f:
conduct of state Staatsverwaltung;
conduct of war Krieg(s)führung
2. Geleit n, Begleitung f: safe-conduct
3. fig Führung f, Betragen n, Benehmen n, Verhalten n, Haltung f:
good conduct gute Führung; certificate A 1
4. obs Schutzgeleit n
5. MAL etc Ausführung f
B v/t [kənˈdʌkt]
1. führen, geleiten, begleiten:
conducted tour (of)
a) Führung f (durch),
b) Gesellschaftsreise f (durch)
2. ein Geschäft führen, betreiben, leiten, verwalten:
conduct a campaign (a lawsuit, negotiations) einen Feldzug (einen Prozess, Verhandlungen) führen;
conduct war Krieg führen
3. MUS ein Orchester leiten, dirigieren
4. conduct o.s. sich betragen, sich benehmen, sich (auf)führen, sich verhalten
5. PHYS Wärme, Elektrizität etc leiten
C v/i
1. PHYS leiten, als Leiter wirken
2. MUS dirigieren
3. conduct on buses Busschaffner(in) sein
* * *
1. noun
1) (behaviour) Verhalten, das

good conduct — gute Führung

2) (way of conducting) Führung, die; (of inquiry, operation) Durchführung, die
2. transitive verb
1) (Mus.) dirigieren
2) führen [Geschäfte, Krieg, Gespräch]; durchführen [Operation, Untersuchung]
3) (Phys.) leiten [Wärme, Elektrizität]
4)

conduct oneself — sich verhalten

5) (guide) führen

a conducted tour [of a museum/factory] — eine [Museums-/Werks]führung

* * *
n.
Benehmen -ungen n.
Führung -en f.
Gebaren - n.
Handlungsweise f. v.
dirigieren v.
führen v.
leiten v.
verhalten v.

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