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Synonyms for conduce

to have a share, as in an act or result; have a hand in

Synonyms for conduce

be conducive to

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The event will provide an insight into the enormous opportunities that prevail in the Indian telecom business and will focus on the necessary policy and its implementation interventions required to promote a more conducible business environment in the sector.
En esta perspectiva, forjar las bases de una ciudadania democratica no es tarea facil, pues ello implica el rescate del sujeto y hacer un examen, en pasados lejanos y recientes, de cual ha sido el comportamiento de aquella ciudadania estatica, que se torna apatica e intrascendente, que se ha formado para aceptar y no controvertir, y que, en muchos casos, se ha visto sometida a un proceso de "alienacion cultural" (2), produciendo, por consiguiente, una "conciencia ingenua" (3) (Ribeiro, 1975, citado por Vargas, 2003:3), que la hace manipulable y facilmente conducible a escenarios de clientelismo y corrupcion.
52) Bracho herself employs similarly material metaphors to observe that 'recuperar el brillo, el peso, el color original de las palabras, reencontrar su densidad --de materia moldeable, de fuerza conducible, de movimiento-- y sopesar los efectos de sus combinaciones es una parte del proceso creador del poeta'.
After some little pause, our Companion (who could speak English) by our request desired to know of him something concerning their Original and how that people speaking the Language of such a remote Countrey should come to inhabit there, having not, as we could see, any ships or Boats amongst them the means to bring them thither, and which was more, altogether ignorant and meer strangers to ships, or shipping, the main thing conducible to that means, to which request of ours, the courteous Prince thus replyed.
Islamic law is inseparable from its cultural context--a context that is not so much concerned with rules and determinable results, but with conducible obligations, and a dynamic process of social bargaining.