He has conducted the symphony orchestra for years. He did not know how he should conduct himself at the meeting.
Space travel to faraway solar systems will probably be a family affair conducted by married couples and their kids.
The government is conducting a survey into the effects of smoking on young children.
Decency, security, and liberty alike demand that government officials shall be subjected to the same rules of conduct that are commands to the citizen.
Mr. Cauley's extremely dishonorable business conduct earned him high-fives and back-pats around the office and the bar.
His diligence and good conduct earned him the scholarship.
This included a knight's moral and religious duties and how to conduct their love affairs.
significant obstacles to the conduct of psychoanalysis
An informal survey conducted on the Tokyo streets by Japan Today magazine
We must conduct these in good faith whilst also respecting Russia's interests.
It is not men's faults that ruin them so much as the manner in which they conduct themselves after the faults have been committed.
The conduct of Gordon Brown is particularly reprehensible. Such conduct must represent a sufficiently serious and present threat.
Some occupational health specialists develop and conduct employee safety and training programs.
English word "leiten"(conduct) occurs in sets:ZIEL B1 -Lektion 2 (Verben)ZIEL B1 -Lektion 2 VerbenLektion 4 - Verb
2. to guide
I want you to guide me to the right path.
You can't guide someone into adulthood. / To guide them to true freedom. / We came here to guide these people.
English word "leiten"(to guide) occurs in sets:Ziel-Lektion 2-Verb2Ziel-Lektion 2-Verb2Ziel-Lektion 2-Verb