conducteur

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From French conducteur, from Latin conductor, from condūcō (lead, bring or draw together), itself from con (with, together) + dūcō (lead, guide).

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conducteur m (plural conducteurs, diminutive conducteurtje n)

  1. A conductor, who checks/sells tickets on public transportation.
  2. Short for either of:
    1. conducteur van bruggen en wegen m
    2. conducteur van brievenmalen m
  3. A musical cue sheet, partition containing one band player's particular part.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Latin conductor, conductorem, from condūcō (lead, bring or draw together), itself from con (with, together) + dūcō (lead, guide). Or from conduct +‎ -eur. Cf. also Old French conduitor.

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conducteur m (plural conducteurs, feminine conductrice)

  1. The driver of a vehicle or of a group of animated creatures.
  2. A conductor, substance which conducts.
  3. A cue sheet.

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