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conduct (someone or something) away

To move someone or something away from someone or something else. Go out and conduct the kids away from the pool. I was quick to conduct the dog away from the stray cat.
See also: away, conduct

conduct (someone or something) into (some place)

To move or lead someone or something into a particular place or area. Can you conduct the kids into the house for birthday cake? I was quick to conduct the dog into the house when I noticed the stray cat.
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conduct (someone or something) out of (some place)

To move or lead someone or something out of a particular place or area. Can you conduct the kids out of the house for relay races? Once the stray cat was gone, I conducted the dog out of the house for a walk.
See also: conduct, of, out

conduct in

To direct, lead, or guide someone or something into a particular place or area. A noun or pronoun can be used between "conduct" and "in." Could you please you conduct everyone in for the performance? A guard stood conducting in cars after checking their security clearance.
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conduct out

1. To direct, lead, or guide someone or something out of a particular place or area. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "conduct" and "out." The teacher conducted his students out of the room. Security personnel began conducting us out of the building.
2. To undertake or carry out something. I think we should conduct out our own research. The government has committed to conducting out a review of its current policy.
See also: conduct, out
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

conduct someone away (from someone or something)

to lead someone away from someone or something. The usher conducted the gentleman away from the front of the auditorium. Can you conduct Fred away from the area? Please conduct him away.
See also: away, conduct

conduct someone into something

 and conduct someone in
to lead someone into something or some place. The usher conducted the gentleman into the hall. The host was pleased to conduct in the guest of honor.
See also: conduct

conduct someone out of something

 and conduct someone out
to lead someone out of something or some place. The usher conducted the gentleman out of the hall. The cop conducted out the gang of rowdy youths.
See also: conduct, of, out
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In accordance with experimental observations [17,19,20] that the Joule heating due to external energy supply has mainly been conducted in the combustion zone, here, it is a priori assumed that it can be made by virtue of the conductible, nonmetal N particles in the melt within the combustion zone, so that the mass ratio (1 - Z) appears in (8).
It is well known that such atmospheric oxide film ([Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]) are continuous, adherent, protective, non conductible for electrode and are soluble in alkaline media to some extent if the Al is pure, so the shift of ([E.sub.im.]) values towards less negative potentials as the concentration of used solutions increased due to the dissolution of [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3].
They involve expensive equipments such as Network Analyzer and even necessitate a special sample holder and preparation system; furthermore when complex media are considered, mathematical analysis of the propagation properties, analytical or numerical should it be, may usually be not conductible. In such situations, an interesting alternative is to use Meta heuristics based optimization approaches.
Conduction of the tracker concept, as well as ensuring export quotas, is conductible only in specialized objects (farms, butcheries, manipulative and retail objects) with experts in hand (institutes for technology and control, centers for reproduction and artificial fertilization of animals).
He said 90% of captive bird deaths were avoidable if falconers did this and stopped using conductible materials on birds, such as metal rings and telemetry devices.