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conductive (adj.)

1520s, "having the power or property of leading" (a sense now obsolete), from conduct (v.) + -ive. Physics sense, "resulting from or pertaining to conduction," is from 1840. Related: Conductivity (1837).

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Definitions of conductive from WordNet

conductive (adj.)
having the quality or power of conducting heat or electricity or sound; exhibiting conductivity;
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