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    conducive - Dictionary definition and meaning for word conducive

    (adj) tending to bring about; being partly responsible for
    Example Sentence
    • working conditions are not conducive to productivity
    • the seaport was a contributing factor in the growth of the city
    • a contributory factor
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for conducive

conducive - come(con) + do(du) + civil work(cive).....doing civil work is helpful & contributive.

Conducive sounds like conductive. Conductivity, property of a metal, means passing electricity smoothly, i.e. helpfull in making it pass..so, conducive means helpful or favoring.

this word resembles conjuse(one who doesnt spends money)..the answer would be the opposite..

conducive means making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible...CONDUCIVEis somewhat like CONCLUSIVE...if you can make conclusion, you make something possible.....

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con+DUCE....remember duce in tennis .....a duce is always helpful for small player playing infront of a great player like federer

His motto is CAN DO IT


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text: Apparently my being underfoot isn't conducive to romance.
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