Conduct and Instruct

Conduct

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Conduct verb – To look after and make decisions about.
Instruct and conduct are semantically related in acquaint topic. In some cases you can use "Instruct" instead a verb "Conduct".
Nearby Words: conducted, conductor, conducting, conduction, conductivity
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Instruct

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Instruct verb – To issue orders to (someone) by right of authority.
Usage example: the proctors instructed everyone to put their pencils down and hand in their tests

Conduct and instruct are semantically related in acquaint topic. Sometimes you can use "Conduct" instead a verb "Instruct".
Nearby Words: instruction, instructor, instructive, instructing
Synonyms for Instruct
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