conduce conduce


  • (v) be conducive to



  1. The uncertainty as to what fabrics will be in demand and irregularity in prices all conduce to a most conservative attitude on the part of buyers.
  2. But the picture does not conduce to flying.
  3. Contributing, too, are some settings of pleasing architectural design and some costumes that cry for color but still conduce to a delicate mood.


  • "We want it to conduce to an economic cooperation," ErdoÄŸan said. "We want it to lead to cooperation on regional peace and security."
    on Aug 14, 2008 By: Recep Tayyip Erdogan Source: Today's Zaman

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