- adj. 有助的；有益的
- [P]导致…的，有助于…的 likely to produce;helping(an especially desirable result) to happen
tending to bring about; being partly responsible for;
"working conditions are not conducive to productivity"
"the seaport was a contributing factor in the growth of the city"
"a contributory factor"
- Fresh air is conducive to health.
- The favourable political climate is conducive to economic investment.
- Regularity ought to be observed, as regularity is very conducive to health.
- The place offers every condition conducive to a happy vacation.
- The plantation economy with its base in slavery, was not conducive to the growth of industrial enterprise.
- The atmosphere in the conference room was hardly conducive to frank and friendly discussions.
- This behaviour is not conducive to hard work.
- conduciveness n. 有助于