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conducted

[ kuhn-duhk-tid ]
/ kənˈdʌk tɪd /
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adjective
directed, managed, or carried on:This is a carefully conducted study of the effect of exposure to certain chemicals on pregnant women.
led, guided, or escorted:Conducted tours of the Abbey and grounds are available.
(of an orchestra, chorus, etc., or a musical performance) directed by a conductor:In this program, instrumental music students enroll in large conducted ensembles for a total of 8 semesters.
(of heat, electricity, or sound) carried or channeled by some object or medium:More than 45% of the energy produced by solid-state devices is light, and the remainder is conducted heat, which warms the air and increases the air conditioning load.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of conduct.
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OTHER WORDS FROM conducted

un·con·duct·ed, adjectivewell-con·duct·ed, adjective
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