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misconduct (verb), misconducts; misconducted; misconducting
1. To behave badly, misbehave: "The children misconducted all morning".
2. To manage badly or incompetently: "The officials were miconducting the funds resulting in a decline in the company's profits."
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scientific misconduct (s) (noun), scientific misconducts (pl)
A behavior on the part of a scientist who willfully damages the integrity of scientific research; such as, plagiarism or falsification or fabrication of data.