conducir a
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conducir a
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to have as a consequence)
a. to lead to
Un estilo de vida sedentario puede conducir a muchos problemas cardiovasculares más adelante.A sedentary lifestyle can lead to many cardiovascular problems down the road.
b. to result in
El estilo de gestión de Marcos es, francamente, tiránico, y puede conducir a que varios ejecutivos de alto rango se vayan de la firma.Marcos's style is, frankly, tyrannical, and may result in several senior executives leaving the firm.
2. (to be the way to)
a. to lead to
Este camino conduce a la estación de tren.This road leads to the train station.
3. (to go somewhere using a vehicle)
a. to drive to
¿En serio vas a conducir a la escuela en medio de esta tormenta? - ¿Qué quieres que haga? ¿Que falte a clase?Are you seriously going to drive to school in the middle of this storm? - What do you want me to do? Miss class?
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