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Noun
/kənˈdəktər/,
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conductors, plural;
  1. A person who directs the performance of an orchestra or choir
    • - he was appointed principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  2. A person in charge of a train, streetcar, or other public conveyance, who collects fares and sells tickets

  3. A material or device that conducts or transmits heat, electricity, or sound, esp. when regarded in terms of its capacity to do this
    • - graphite is a reasonably good conductor of electricity

  1. the person who leads a musical group
  2. a substance that readily conducts e.g. electricity and heat
  3. the person who collects fares on a public conveyance
  4. a device designed to transmit electricity, heat, etc.
  5. Conductor is an album by North Carolina indie rock band The Comas. The album was recorded by Alan Weatherhead at Sound of Music in Richmond, Va. It features Herod on guitars and vocals, Gehweiler also on guitars and vocals, Justin Williams on bass and baritone guitars and Cameron Weeks on drums.
  6. A rain gutter (also known as eaves trough, eaves channel guttering or simply as a gutter) is a narrow channel, or trough, forming the component of a roof system which collects and diverts rainwater shed by the roof.
  7. Conductor (Cdr) is an appointment held by a few selected Warrant Officers Class 1 in the Royal Logistic Corps and is the most senior appointment that can be held by a warrant officer in the British Army. ...
  8. In algebraic number theory, the conductor of a finite abelian extension of local or global fields provides a quantitative measure of the ramification in the extension. The definition of the conductor is related to the Artin map.
  9. Conducting is the act of directing a musical performance by way of visible gestures. Orchestras, choirs, concert bands and other musical ensembles often have conductors.
  10. In commutative algebra, the notions of an element integral over a ring (also called an algebraic integer over the ring), and of an integral extension of rings, are a generalization of the notions in field theory of an element being algebraic over a field, and of an algebraic extension of fields.
  11. A person who conducts an orchestra, choir or other music ensemble; a professional whose occupation is conducting; A person who takes tickets on public transportation; Something which can transmit electricity, heat, light or sound; An ideal of a ring that measures how far it is from being ...
  12. (CONDUCTORS) Devices defined by the standard as suitable to carry lightning current. This may include strike termination devices, cables, lightning protection fittings, ground terminals, or metallic structural members.
  13. (Conductors) Geophysical characteristic by which an electric current can be generated through an electrical charge or an electromagnetic field.
  14. Conductors (or wires) carry the electricity along the transmission line. They are made of copper or steel-reinforced aluminium.
  15. A substance, usually metal, used to transfer electrical energy from point to point.
  16. The material through which electricity is transmitted, such as an electrical wire, or transmission or distribution line.
  17. any material (such as a power line) that allows its electrons to be easily transferred.
  18. A substance or material that allows electrons, or electrical current, to flow through it.
  19. A material that is used to convey electricity, i.e. wires.
  20. A material, such as aluminum and copper, which readily conducts electricity. Conductors have a significant impact on the performance of RFID tags. Conductors near tags can reflect RF energy in a way that reduces tag performance, and they can also detune the tag.
  21. A person who, principally by means of gestures of the hands and arms, leads the performance of a musical ensemble.
  22. A material with relatively low resistance through which electricity will readily flow—wires, cables, busbars. The most common conductors are copper and aluminum.
  23. The person who directs a group of musicians.
  24. A component whose primary function is to contain and direct fluid.
  25. The person in charge of all the musical aspects of an opera; both orchestrally and vocally.