conducta

noun con·duc·ta \kənˈdu̇ktə\

Definition of conducta

plural

-s

Southwest

  1. :  a guarded pack train or caravan; especially :  one carrying bullion prior to the establishment of modern transport

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Origin and Etymology of conducta

Spanish, from Medieval Latin conducta, feminine of conductus, past participle of conducere to escort, safeguard on the road — more at conduct


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