conduct

I
n.

1) appropriate; chivalrous; ethical; irreproachable; proper conduct

2) disorderly; improper; inappropriate, unbecoming; unethical conduct

3) (mil.) dishonorable (AE); good conduct; conduct unbecoming an officer

II
v.

1) (d; refl.) to conduct like (he conducted himself like a good soldier)

2) (P; refl.) to conduct oneself with dignity

3) (formal) (P; tr.) she was conducted into the conference room; they conducted us through the museum

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['kɒndʌkt]
chivalrous
good conduct
irreproachable
proper conduct
they conducted us through the museum
unethical conduct
conduct unbecoming an officer
(P; refl.) to conduct oneself with dignity
(formal) (P; tr.) she was conducted into the conference room
disorderly
(mil.) dishonorable (AE)
(d; refl.) to conduct like (he conducted himself like a good soldier)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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