Latin condūcerecom-com-dūcereto leaddeuk- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latincondūcere, present active infinitive of condūcō (“lead together; contribute to something by being useful”), from con + dūcō (“lead”).
Conduce Sentence Examples
The short-sighted policy of the amir Abdur Rahman in discouraging imports doubtless affected the balance, nor did his affectation of ignoring the railway between New Chaman and Kila Abdulla (on the Peshin side of the Khojak) conduce to the improvement of trade.
Military, diplomatic and police affairs were skilfully made to conduce to that result.
These were such as to conduce to its preservation and interest as a relic of antiquity.
It would conduce, therefore, to further accuracy in the comparison of the rates of different countries if the latter were to be correlated with greater subdivision of the ages amongst wives between 15 and 45.
We may define, then, the religious object as the sacred, and the corresponding religious attitude as consisting in such manifestation of feeling, thought and action in regard to the sacred as is held to conduce to the welfare of the community or to that of individuals considered as members of the community.