n. 售票员, 导体, 指挥
The young soprano was taken up by a famous conductor.
Under its new conductor, the errorism Act.
The choir gave a ragged performance, ie The singers were not following the conductor.
The orchestra were all in position, waiting for the conductor.
His dual role as a composer and a conductor made him very busy.
The bus conductor became the man of the moment when he acted as midwife to a woman who gave birth to a baby on his bus.
The conductor punched his bus ticket.
She is a bus conductor.
1. 领导者; 管理人; 向导
the conductor of an expedition
3. (电车、巴士的)售票员; 【美】(火车的)列车员
4. 【物】导体; 避雷针
Copper is a good conductor of electricity.