conductor

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  • I saw a street car conductor today with one brown eye and one blue. Cited from Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster
  • Her father was a train conductor who died when she was fifteen years old.
  • The train end of the car includes a conductor's office and general-purpose room.
  • He had to wait two years for his next recording as a conductor.
  • Being a street-car conductor, the poor fellow neither understood women nor was understood by them. Cited from We Can't Have Everything, by Rupert Hughes
  • The Hall effect is due to the nature of the current in a conductor.
  • In later life, he made time for young conductors who sought his counsel.
  • Therefore, one side of the conductor becomes negative portion and the other side becomes positive one.
  • In a four-train operation conductors can move trains on the yellow/green signal.
  • The conductor's room has also disappeared, allowing for more second class seats.
  • Some of them have gone on to become professional musicians and young conductors in their own rights.
  • He used his arms as though he were an orchestra conductor.
  • Any two points with the same potential may be connected by a conductor and no current will flow between them.
  • Performances led by other conductors have helped some critics see the work in a more positive light.
  • In addition, with his great love of music, the king was an able piano player and conductor.
  • He turned over part of his produce to a conductor from whom he leased the land.
  • The conductor's hand shook as he put the money back in his pocket. Cited from The Children's Book of Christmas Stories
  • He was regarded as one of the most brilliant conductors of his day.
  • When larger area conductors are needed, measures are taken to reduce skin effect.
  • He is widely regarded as one of the leading conductors of the 20th century.
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Meaning of conductor

  • noun The person who leads a musical group
  • noun A substance that readily conducts e.g. electricity and heat
  • noun The person who collects fares on a public conveyance
  • noun A device designed to transmit electricity, heat, etc.