discipline, subject, subject area, subject field, field, field of study, study, bailiwick(noun)
a branch of knowledge
"in what discipline is his doctorate?"; "teachers should be well trained in their subject"; "anthropology is the study of human beings"
topic, sphere, field of study, case, champaign, written report, guinea pig, battlefield, theme, theater, subject area, survey, report, study, playing area, area, force field, subject, theater of operations, flying field, theatre of operations, field of honor, bailiwick, sketch, field of view, depicted object, theatre, battleground, subject field, airfield, playing field, national, field of force, athletic field, field of operation, landing field, field of operations, domain, correction, line of business, issue, arena, field, cogitation, field of battle, orbit, matter, work, content, plain
a system of rules of conduct or method of practice
"he quickly learned the discipline of prison routine"; "for such a plan to work requires discipline";
the trait of being well behaved
"he insisted on discipline among the troops"
training to improve strength or self-control
the act of punishing
"the offenders deserved the harsh discipline they received"
discipline, train, check, condition(verb)
develop (children's) behavior by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control
"Parents must discipline their children"; "Is this dog trained?"
tally, checker, rail, ensure, correct, qualify, coach, prepare, mark, watch, look into, civilise, crack, check up on, develop, go over, tick off, match, tick, fit, take, specify, stop, civilize, correspond, determine, see, groom, agree, assure, turn back, take aim, check into, train, break, trail, control, condition, check out, learn, hold back, aim, curb, direct, hold, arrest, see to it, chequer, gibe, mark off, stipulate, delay, school, hold in, check off, suss out, ascertain, find out, check over, cultivate, jibe, contain, sort out, retard, moderate, educate, insure, check
discipline, correct, sort out(verb)
punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
"The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently"
chasten, even off, classify, right, castigate, make up, compensate, shed light on, crystalise, even out, straighten out, decline, crystallise, sort, train, separate, correct, condition, assort, class, counterbalance, illuminate, clear, rectify, elucidate, even up, crystalize, adjust, crystallize, clear up, enlighten, chastise, redress, sort out, set, objurgate, slump, check
To train someone by instruction and practice.
To teach someone to obey authority.
To punish someone in order to (re)gain control.
To impose order on someone.
A punishment to train or maintain control
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Castigate and chastise refer strictly to corporal punishment, tho both are somewhat archaic; correct and punish are often used as euphemisms in preference to either. Punish is distinctly retributive in sense; chastise, partly retributive, and partly corrective; chasten, wholly corrective. Chasten is used exclusively in the spiritual sense, and chiefly of the visitation of God.
"We are chastened of the Lord," 1 Cor. xi, 32; "they ... chastened us after their own pleasure, but He for our profit," Heb. xii, 10; "chasten in thy hot displeasure," Ps. iv, 7; chasten with pain; by trials and sorrows.
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to correct one's actions
we disciplined our child for not obeying us.Submitted by rinat on September 3, 2019
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War both needs and generates certain virtues; not the highest, but what may be called the preliminary virtues, as valor, veracity, the spirit of obedience, the habit of discipline. Any of these, and of others like them, when possessed by a nation, and no matter how generated, will give them a military advantage, and make them more likely to stay in the race of nations.
He's a brain surgeon, he doesn't come from the world of politics. He's also a straight talker. I think Trump/Carson would be a very strong ticket. Beyond that, I would try to find someone outside the discipline of politics.
Living up to basic ethical standards in the classroom-discipline, tolerance, honesty-is one of the most important ways children learn how to function in society at large.
If we improve two and a half seconds, we will win next year, it's realistic, but the thing is we need to work very hard with very high discipline all winter, all united, because in this new Formula One everything is a package, it's not anymore an engine, aerodynamic, mechanical side.
Discipline is the soul of an army. It makes small numbers formidable; procures success to the weak and esteem to all
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- نظام, تهذيب, فرع (من فروع المعرفة), الأنضباطArabic
- тәртип, фәнBashkir
- дисциплина, наказание, дисциплинирам, възпитавамBulgarian
- disciplína, obor, kázeňCzech
- disziplinieren, Disziplin, Strafe, BestrafungGerman
- ramo, disciplina, castigoSpanish
- رشته, انPersian
- piiskaus, kuritus, oppiaine, järjestyssäännöt, kuri, itsekuri, kurinpitoFinnish
- discipline, branche, pénalitéFrench
- disciplín, araíonacht, smachtIrish
- akoranga, whakaraupapaMāori
- discipline, tuchtiging, ([[zelf]])[[beheersing]], disciplineren, branche, tuchtstraf, tuchtigen, temmen, drillen, takDutch
- disciplina, modalidadePortuguese
- наказывать, тренировать, подвергать взысканию, упражнять, дисциплина, предмет, наказание, дисциплинировать, дисциплинированностьRussian
- bilim dalı, disiplin, cezaTurkish
- kỷ luậtVietnamese
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