Detailed Translations for conductive from English to Spanish


conductive adj

  1. conductive

Translation Matrix for conductive:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
conductor charioteer; chauffeur; conductor; driver; thermal conductor; waggoner; wagoner
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
conductor conductive executive

Related Words for "conductive":

Synonyms for "conductive":

  • semiconducting; semiconductive

Antonyms for "conductive":

  • nonconductive

Related Definitions for "conductive":

  1. having the quality or power of conducting heat or electricity or sound; exhibiting conductivity1

Wiktionary Translations for conductive:

  1. able to conduct electrical current or heat

conductive form of conduct:

to conduct verb (conducts, conducted, conducting)

  1. to conduct (accompany; come along with; chaperon; escort; walk along)
  2. to conduct (direct)

Conjugations for conduct:

  1. conduct
  2. conduct
  3. conducts
  4. conduct
  5. conduct
  6. conduct
simple past
  1. conducted
  2. conducted
  3. conducted
  4. conducted
  5. conducted
  6. conducted
present perfect
  1. have conducted
  2. have conducted
  3. has conducted
  4. have conducted
  5. have conducted
  6. have conducted
past continuous
  1. was conducting
  2. were conducting
  3. was conducting
  4. were conducting
  5. were conducting
  6. were conducting
  1. shall conduct
  2. will conduct
  3. will conduct
  4. shall conduct
  5. will conduct
  6. will conduct
continuous present
  1. am conducting
  2. are conducting
  3. is conducting
  4. are conducting
  5. are conducting
  6. are conducting
  1. be conducted
  2. be conducted
  3. be conducted
  4. be conducted
  5. be conducted
  6. be conducted
  1. conduct!
  2. let's conduct!
  3. conducted
  4. conducting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

conduct [the ~] noun

  1. the conduct (demeanour; behaviour; way of behaving; )
    el comportamiento; la manera; la conducta; el modo

Translation Matrix for conduct:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
comportamiento bearing; behavior; behaviour; conduct; demeanor; demeanour; deportment; way of behaving bearing; behavior; deportment; grand manner
conducta bearing; behavior; behaviour; conduct; demeanor; demeanour; deportment; way of behaving aisle; alley; gangway; gymnastics; passage; physical exercise
dirigir directing; leading
manera bearing; behavior; behaviour; conduct; demeanor; demeanour; deportment; way of behaving casting mould; course; course of action; course of behaviour; line of conduct; manner; marathon; matrix; method; methodology; mode; mold; race; run; sprints; way
modo bearing; behavior; behaviour; conduct; demeanor; demeanour; deportment; way of behaving course; course of action; course of behaviour; line of conduct; manner; melody; method; methodology; mode; song; tune; way
- behavior; behaviour; demeanor; demeanour; deportment; doings; mode of life
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acompañar accompany; chaperon; come along with; conduct; escort; walk along accompany; add; add to; add to mixture; append; besiege; besieged; besieges; blend with; bring; bring along; carry; come with; cover; cruise in; deliver; deliver to the door; direct; drive in; encapsulate; enclose; evnvelope; guide; hand over; join; lead; lead about; leave; point the direction; ride with; show around; surround; walk along; wrap up
dirigir conduct; direct address; adjust; arrange; be at the wheel; be in command of; command; conform to; direct; drive; join; lead; order; preside; put on an address; refer to; steer; take the lead
dirigir una orquesta conduct; direct
- acquit; bear; behave; carry; carry on; channel; comport; convey; deal; deport; direct; guide; impart; lead; take; transmit

Related Words for "conduct":

Synonyms for "conduct":

Related Definitions for "conduct":

  1. manner of acting or controlling yourself1
  2. (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people1
  3. lead, as in the performance of a composition1
    • conduct an orchestra; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years1
  4. lead musicians in the performance of1
    • Bernstein conducted Mahler like no other conductor1
    • she cannot conduct modern pieces1
  5. take somebody somewhere1
    • He conducted us to the palace1
  6. transmit or serve as the medium for transmission1
    • Many metals conduct heat1
  7. direct the course of; manage or control1
    • You cannot conduct business like this1
  8. behave in a certain manner1
    • They conducted themselves well during these difficult times1

Wiktionary Translations for conduct:

  1. act as a conductor (of heat, electricity, etc.)
  2. to serve as a medium for conveying
  3. music: to direct
  4. reflexively: behave
  5. direct or manage
  6. lead or guide
  1. manner of guiding or carrying one's self
  2. act or method of controlling or directing

Cross Translation:
conduct conducta wandelgedrag, houding, levenswijze
conduct efectuar; realizar vornehmen — „etwas vornehmen“: etwas stattfinden lassen, oder selbst ausführen
conduct resultar; salir; alcanzar; conseguir; lograr aboutirtoucher par un bout.
conduct conducir conduiremener, guider, diriger vers un lieu déterminé.
conduct conducción; conducta conduiteaction de conduire, de mener, de guider, d’accompagner.
conduct guiar guideraccompagner quelqu’un pour lui montrer le chemin.
conduct procedimiento; actuación; conducta procédéconduite, manière d’agir d’une personne envers une autre.
conduct arreglar réglertirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.