Synonyms of conduct in English:

conduct


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noun

1‘townspeople regularly complained about students' conduct’

SYNONYMS
behaviour, way of behaving, performance, comportment, demeanour, bearing, deportment
actions, acts, activities, deeds, doings, handiwork, exploits, ways, habits, practices, manners

2‘the conduct of the elections’

SYNONYMS
management, managing, running, direction, control, controlling, overseeing, supervision, regulation, leadership, masterminding, administration, organization, coordination, orchestration, handling, guidance, carrying out, carrying on
formal prosecution

verb

1‘the election was conducted according to new electoral law’

SYNONYMS
manage, direct, run, be in control of, control, oversee, supervise, be in charge of, preside over, regulate, mastermind, administer, organize, coordinate, orchestrate, handle, guide, govern, lead, carry out, carry on

2‘Lucien was conducted through a maze of corridors’

SYNONYMS
escort, guide, lead, usher, pilot, accompany, show, show someone the way
shepherd, herd, drive, convoy
see, bring, take, help, assist

3‘aluminium, being a metal, readily conducts heat’

SYNONYMS
transmit, convey, carry, transfer, pass on, hand on, communicate, impart, channel, bear, relay, dispatch, mediate
disseminate, spread, circulate, diffuse, radiate

Phrases

    conduct oneself

    ‘I am proud of the way they conducted themselves’


    SYNONYMS
    behave, perform, act, acquit oneself, bear oneself, carry oneself
    rare comport oneself, deport oneself