discipline


discipline
I (field of study) noun area of education, area of learning, branch of instruction, branch of knowledge, course, curriculum, doctrine, education, field of interest, field of learning, learning, lore, teaching II (obedience) noun acquiescence, compliance, constancy, constraint, control, curb, deference, devotion, disciplina, dutifulness, faithfulness, fidelity, limitation, loyalty, malleability, nonresistance, obsequiousness, observance, pliancy, repression, restraint, self-command, self-conquest, self-denial, self-direction, self-mastery, self-regulation, self-restraint, servility, stoicism, strength of character, strength of will, submission, submissiveness, subordination to rules, will power associated concepts: disciplinary proceeding III (punishment) noun amercement, castigation, chastening, chastisement, correction, deprivation, infliction, judgment, just deserts, penal retribution, penalty, penance, penology, reprimand, reproof, retribution, retributive justice, scourge, suffering, trial IV (training) noun coaching, conditioning, conduct, cultivation, development, diligent exercise, diligent practice, drill, drilling, exercise, grooming, guidance, inculcation, indoctrination, initiation, instruction, practice, preparation, qualification, readying, regulation, rehearsal, schooling, system of drill, systematic training V (control) verb administer, bridle, bring to a state of obedience, bring under subjection, check, command, curb, direct, dominate, exercere, exercise direction over, govern, govern strictly, harness, hold in leash, hold in line, limit, make toe the line, manage, muzzle, oversee, pull in, regulate, rein in, restrain, restrict, stand over, subjugate, superintend, supervise VI (punish) verb administer correction, bring to retribution, call to account, carry out a sentence, castigate, chasten, chastise, correct, deal retributive justice, exact a penalty, exact retribution, execute a sentence, execute judgment, execute justice, get even with, give one his deserts, impose a penalty, inflict penalty, inflict penance upon, make an example of, penalize, reprove, scourge, sentence, subject to punishment, take to task, visit punishment associated concepts: deterrence, disciplinary proceeding, isolation, rehabilitation, retribution VII (train) verb accustom, break in, bring up, coach, condition, cultivate, direct, educate, enlighten, form, foster, give directions, give instructions, give lessons in, groom, guide, habituate, impress upon the mind, inculcate, indoctrinate, infuse, instill, instituere, instruct, nurture, prepare, put through paces, qualify, raise, ready, rear, school, show, train by instruction VIII index castigate, comport (behave), condemn (punish), control (supervision), correction (punishment), criterion, edify, educate, force (compulsion), inculcate, labor (exertion), method, moderate (preside over), penalize, practice (train by repetition), punish, punishment, regulate (manage), regulation (rule), reprisal, restraint, rigor, sanction (punishment), science (study), subdue

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  • discipline — [ disiplin ] n. f. • 1080; « punition, ravage, douleur » en a. fr.; lat. disciplina 1 ♦ ( XIVe) Fouet fait de cordelettes ou de petites chaînes utilisé pour se flageller, se mortifier. Des coups de discipline. « Laurent, serrez ma haire avec ma… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • discipliné — discipline [ disiplin ] n. f. • 1080; « punition, ravage, douleur » en a. fr.; lat. disciplina 1 ♦ ( XIVe) Fouet fait de cordelettes ou de petites chaînes utilisé pour se flageller, se mortifier. Des coups de discipline. « Laurent, serrez ma… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • discipline — DISCIPLINE. s. f. Institution, instruction, éducation. Vous êtes sous la discipline d un bon Maître. Élevé sous une bonne discipline. Il y a des animaux capables de discipline. [b]f♛/b] Il se prend aussi pour Réglement, ordre, conduite. La… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • discipline — Discipline. s. f. Institution, education. Vous estes sous la discipline d un bon maistre, eslevé sous une bonne discipline. Il se prend aussi, pour Reglement, ordre, conduite. La discipline Ecclesiastique & Religieuse. la discipline militaire.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Discipline — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Este artículo trata sobre octavo álbum de King Crimson. Para otros usos de este término, véase Discipline (álbum). Discipline LP de King Crimson Publicación 1981 …   Wikipedia Español

  • discipline — Ⅰ. discipline UK US /ˈdɪsəplɪn/ noun ► [U] the practice of making sure that people obey rules and do not cause problems: »Personnel rules are used to govern worker conduct and impose discipline on violators. »the strict discipline of prison ► [U] …   Financial and business terms

  • Discipline — Dis ci*pline, n. [F. discipline, L. disciplina, from discipulus. See {Disciple}.] 1. The treatment suited to a disciple or learner; education; development of the faculties by instruction and exercise; training, whether physical, mental, or moral …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Discipline — (с англ. дисциплина) может означать: Discipline (альбом Джанет Джексон) (2008) Discipline (альбом King Crimson) (1981) Discipline: Record of a Crusade (2003) …   Википедия

  • Discipline — Dis ci*pline, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Disciplined}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Disciplining}.] [Cf. LL. disciplinarian to flog, fr. L. disciplina discipline, and F. discipliner to discipline.] 1. To educate; to develop by instruction and exercise; to train.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Discipline — bezeichnet: eine niederländische Band, siehe Discipline (Band) ein Musikalbum von King Crimson, siehe Discipline (Album) einen Teilaspekt des BDSM Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur U …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • discipline — [n1] regimen, training conduct, control, cultivation, curb, development, domestication, drill, drilling, education, exercise, inculcation, indoctrination, limitation, method, orderliness, practice, preparation, regulation, restraint, self command …   New thesaurus


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