definition 1: to comport or keep control of (oneself).
example: Utterly bored, the children nonetheless conducted themselves well.
example: She was nervous, but she conducted herself very professionally at the interview.
definition 2: to manage and direct (business or affairs).
example: Some of the staff are critical of the way the boss is conducting the business.
example: He conducts his affairs in a tightly organized manner.
definition 3: to do or carry out.
example: The police are conducting an investigation into the man’s death.
example: The woman on the phone was conducting a survey.
definition 1: the area that can be seen from a particular point.
example: There is a beautiful view of the lake from the top of the mountain.
definition 2: (sometimes plural) an opinion or way of thinking about something.
example: The senator’s views on immigration have made him popular in some parts of the country.
example: In his view, all people are corrupt or corruptible
example: He and I have very different views on the subject of religion.
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definition 1: a law, doctrine, or assumption on which action or behavior is based.
example: Are these laws based on the principles of liberty and justice for all citizens?
definition 2: a law or rule that is presupposed or scientifically proven.
example: The engine’s designers well understood the principles of internal combustion.
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definition 1: producing an adequate or desired result, or having the power to produce such a result.
example: Attacking at dawn was an effective strategy.
definition 2: existing or operative; functioning.
example: The new rule will become effective at midnight tonight.
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definition: the act or an instance of discussing, or, collectively, the various things that are said while discussing [to discuss: 1. to talk together about; 2. to consider in writing or speech].
example: The discussion at the meeting focused on problems with the new software.
example: The instructor led the class in a discussion of the social issues raised in their reading.
example: Most of the discussion concerned whether the book should be considered literature or trash.
example: The professor’s discussion of the artist’s troubled life was interesting to the students.