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conduct verb

[k..n 'd^kt] = /kənˈdʌkt/
  1. When you conduct a task, you organize it and do it. For example, when you conduct an experiment, you prepare it and you watch carefully how things are going.
    We have to conduct an experiment to test the theory.
    The experiment was conducted by a very good scientist. There is no reason to question the results.
    The institute is conducting research into the causes of cancer.
    The police is conducting an investigation of the murder.
    People use the Internet not only for fun and education, but also to conduct business.
    We have conducted a survey of our customers to find out what they think about our company.