un conducing

conduce

[kuhn-doos, -dyoos]
verb (used without object), conduced, conducing.
to lead or contribute to a result (usually followed by to or toward ): qualities that conduce to success.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin condūcere to lead, bring together, equivalent to con- con- + dūcere to lead, akin to dux (see duke) and to tow1, tug

conducer, noun
conducible, adjective
unconducing, adjective


hinder.
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conduce (kənˈdjuːs)
 
vb (foll by to)
to lead or contribute (to a result)
 
[C15: from Latin condūcere to lead together, from com- together + dūcere to lead]
 
con'ducer
 
n
 
con'ducible
 
adj
 
con'ducingly
 
adv

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conduce
c.1400, from L. conducere "to lead or bring together, contribute, serve," from com- "together" + ducere "to lead" (see duke).
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