Tending to contribute to, encourage, or bring about some result.
Working conditions are not conducive to productivity.
by Giftediq May 29, 2009
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(adj) used to describe something in a positive manner.
Deborah's cooking is amazing, the food she makes is really conducive.

That girl is unconducive, she looks like she got hit by a train.

My remote is broken, can anyone conducify it for me?

Alcohol increases the conducivity at a bar by making unconducive girls look conduce.
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verb: from conducive.

1. Encouragative of something positive.
2. Pushes towards something - normallyb positive.
M on Facebook today: Happy are those who find fault with themselves instead of finding fault with others.
Me: Not necessarily happy but at least wise and introspective, and to me self-questioning conduces (sic) progress.
by vivauganda January 22, 2011
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Being both a producer and a consumer of digital content.
The mashup is the epitome of conducer output.
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an intelligent-sounding way to state whether or not a certain outcome is likely or possible.
even though i really like that Frank, his lack of a job is not conducive to my situation.
by that_sassy_girl January 13, 2011
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That environment in which only CA students shall sit for the exams when all exams in the country are getting cancelled or postponed.
On 5th July, 2021 there will be conducive environment for exams, only for students not for members.
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