Conduct and Pilot


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Conduct verb – To look after and make decisions about.
Usage example: the company's president continues to conduct the everyday affairs of the software firm he founded many years ago

Pilot is a synonym for conduct in show topic. In some cases you can use "Pilot" instead a verb "Conduct", when it comes to topics like administer, drive, transport, escort.
Nearby Words: conducted, conductor, conducting, conduction, conductivity
Synonyms for Conduct


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Pilot verb – To point out the way for (someone) especially from a position in front.
Usage example: the lead rider piloted the rest of the team

Conduct is a synonym for pilot in navigate topic. You can use "Conduct" instead a verb "Pilot", if it concerns topics such as activity, direct, show, drive.
Nearby Words: piloted, piloting, pilotage, pilothouse
Synonyms for Pilot

How words are described

human human conduct human pilot
current current conduct current pilot
poor poor conduct poor pilot
actual actual conduct actual pilot
Other adjectives: successful, great, bad, personal, new, military.

Common collocations

combat conduct combat pilot combat
test conduct test pilot test
war conduct war pilot war

Both words in one sentence

  • Unobtainium One is its ability to conduct electrical signals, useful for electrically conducting nerve impulses between an Evangelion pilot and his/her Evangelion.
    Source: Unobtainium
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer A more straight-up example would be Starbuck, whose flagrant insubordination and conduct unbecoming is only tolerated because she's such a hotshot pilot.
  • Music / Dos Gringos Political Correctness Gone Mad: You Gotta Be in the Guard criticizes the increasing restrictions on pilot conduct in the U.S.
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