to organise and carry out, to direct a performance
Past Participle form
He conducts an orchestra.
In school we conduct an experiment every month.
A: What do you do?
B: I'm a conductor.
A: Wow. Do you get to travel all over the world?
B: Yes. I travel everywhere to conduct orchestras.
Yesterday we conducted a science experiment. It was great fun.
I conducted the school choir.
A: What's happened?
B: I conducted an investigation into the murder and found the person.
A: Who was it?
B: It was you!
I'm conducting the investigation!
She was conducting an orchestra when the piano broke.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm conducting an experiment into whether my dog prefers dry or wet food.
A: What do you think will happen?
B: He'll like the wet.
I've conducted orchestras all over the world.
She had conducted the investigation and found them all guilty.
A: I've conducted an experiment.
B: In to what?
A: In to whether English is hard to learn.
B: Is it?