CONDUIT, noun [Latin , to conduct.]
1. A canal or pipe for the conveyance of water; an aqueduct. Conduits are made of lead, stone, cast iron, wood, etc., above or below the surface of the earth.
2. A vessel that conveys the blood or other fluid.
The conduits of my blood.
3. A conductor.
These organs are the nerves which are the conduits to convey them from without to their audience in the brain.
4. A pipe or cock for drawing off liquor.
5. Any channel that conveys water or fluids; a sink, sewer or drain.