Translation of conducir in English:
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1 (llevar) conducir
aalgo to lead tosth este sendero conduce a la playa this path leads to the beach puede conducir a error it can lead to mistakes esa actitud no conduce a ninguna parte or nada that attitude won't achieve anything o/or [familiar/colloquial] won't get us anywhere
- 2 (especialmente España/especially Spain) [Automovilismo/Cars] to drive ¿sabes conducir? can o/or do you drive?
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 (guiar, dirigir) to lead conducir a algn
aalgo to lead sb tosth nos condujo al lugar donde se escondía la banda he led us to the gang's hiding place fue elegido para conducir los destinos de la nación he was chosen to steer the nation's destiny condujo la lucha armada contra la dictadura he led the armed struggle against the dictatorship 1.2 [formal] [cadáver] to bear [formal], to take el cadáver será conducido al cementerio a las diez the body will be taken to the cemetery at 10 o'clock 1.3 (América Latina/Latin America) [programa] to host, present; [debate] to chair
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