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con·duit / ˈkänˌd(y)oōət; ˈkänd(w)ət/ • n. a channel for conveying water or other fluid: fig. the office acts as a conduit for ideas to flow throughout the organization. ∎  a tube or trough for protecting electric wiring.

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conduit channel or pipe for the conveyance of liquid. XIV. ME. condut, condit — (O)F. conduit :- medL. conductus, f. conduct-, pp. stem of condūcere CONDUCE.

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