|one who interviews (i.e. reporter or employer), somebody conducting an interview||interviewer|
|(symbol) ) sigma, ability to transmit electricity, conductance (, property or power of conducting (heat, etc.), transmission of nerve impulses||conductivity|
|able to transmit, able to transfer (heat, electricity, etc.), conducting energy, transmitting nerve impulse||conductive|
|act of conducting a conference or meeting (esp. via electronic equipment, such as computers), holding of conference using information technology||conferencing|
|act of conducting or conveying (i.e. water through a pipe or electricity through a wire), conveyance through passage, transmission of energy, transmission through a nerve fiber||conduction|
|act of holding summit meetings for the purpose of conducting diplomatic negotiations; art of conducting summit conferences, holding of summit conferences||summitry|
|act of one who leads; conducting; guiding, instructing; (Airplanes) directing toward the front of the path of an enemy plane, ahead, glass framing, lead covering; lead framing; thin strip of lead or other metal which is placed between lines of type (Pr...||leading|
|act of surveying, act of conducting a general study; act of reexamining, act of reinvestigating, of a survey, of a review, of an appraisal||reviewal|
|adjacent squares, control electrode, control grid, grating made of bars, gridiron, network, network of crisscrossed bars; electrical conducting plate (in batteries); system of power stations which provide electricity to a large area; system of lines in...||grid|
|appointment, assign date to something, commitment to perform, date palm, dates of birth and death, day month and year according to the calendar; interview, meeting; fruit of a date palm tree, go on dates with somebody, go out of style, make somebody or...||date|
|arrangement to meet somebody, choice of somebody for job, date; interview; nomination, furniture and fittings, position or job, selection of trustee, somebody appointed to job||appointment|
|art of directing, bearing; guidance, supervision; conducting; management; educating, instructing, conducting performers, development, instruction in music, instructions, sense of purpose, supervision of something, way||direction|
|ask somebody questions, meeting at which a person is evaluated through questioning (as for a job); meeting at which information is gathered by a reporter, press conference, meeting for asking questions, perform in an interview, question formally, evalu...||interview|
|background, battle area, conducting body, connect with the ground, dregs, earth, first coat of paint, fix, forbid to go out, foundation, give somebody foundation, ground bass, hit a ball to the ground, land for a purpose, land on the ground, land surfa...||ground|
|bartering, discussing, bargaining; act of conducting a negotiation||negotiating|
|boss, chief lighting electrician on movie set, employer, foreman, overseer; boss; old man (derogatory), husband||gaffer|
|business dealing with a distant business, corresponding, reporter, journalist; person who exchanges letters with another, somebody communicating by writing, somebody providing special reports, something that corresponds||correspondent|
|cam projecting from shaft, electrical device moving conducting arm, rubber strip attached to a device which wipes the windshield of a vehicle, squeegee; one who wipes; rag, cloth; cam designed to move or activate another part (Engineering); movable con...||wiper|
|car with two-way radio, vehicle for radio interviews||radio car|
|cause to pass through channel, channel through which something flows, conduit, canal, passage, pipe (for conducting liquids or air), supply with ducting, tube for cables, tube in a body organ||duct|
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