/'kɒndɪt; [US] 'kɒndu:ɪt, -dwɪt; `kɑnduɪt/
(a) large pipe through which liquids flow 大水管.
(b) tube enclosing insulated electric wires 导线管.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin:Latin conductus; CONDUCT1]
technical a pipe or passage through which water, gas, a set of electric wires etc passes
formal a connection between two things that allows people to pass ideas, news, money, weapons, drugs etc from one place to another
Drug traffickers have used the country as a conduit for shipments to the U.S.