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conduct

2 noun
     
con‧duct2 W3 [uncountable] formal
1 the way someone behaves, especially in public, in their job etc [= behaviour]:
The Senator's conduct is being investigated by the Ethics Committee.
an inquiry into the conduct of the police
ethical/professional etc conduct
the Law Society's Code of Professional Conduct
his arrest for disorderly conduct (=noisy violent behaviour)
2

conduct of something

the way in which an activity is organized and carried out:
complaints about the conduct of the elections
Disclosure of information would compromise the proper conduct of the investigation.

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