English version

conduct yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconduct yourselfconduct yourselfformalBEHAVE to behave in a particular way, especially in a situation where people judge you by the way you behave The players conducted themselves impeccably, both on and off the field. conduct
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conduct yourselfThat is how you decide the manner you are going to conduct yourself.He conducted himself impeccably, he was open and honest and had to put up with a lot from the press and media.He had an air about him that was highly professional and he conducted himself in a really first-class manner.But he conducts himself in all situations with a dignity not one whit lessened by his shortness.These young men, taciturn, hard-working, serious, did not conduct themselves in what Mr Bullins considered the correct manner.I always try to conduct myself reasonably in public.Public figures have a duty to conduct themselves responsibly, even in their private lives.I believed I had conducted myself well.Imagine fans and athletes honoring their sport by conducting themselves with class.By the end of the course, you should be able to conduct yourself with confidence in any meeting.Seidman has conducted himself with extraordinary grace and ability.
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