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discipline /ˈdɪsəplən, ˈdɪsɪplən/ noun
discipline verb [transitive]


نظم دادن ، ادب کردن تربیت کردن ، انضباط ، انتظام ، تحت نظم و ترتیب در اوردن ، تادیب کردن ، روانشناسی: رشته علمی ، علوم نظامی: انضباط دادن
مهندسی صنایع: نظم ، انضباط ، ترتیب ، هماهنگی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

discipline
[noun]
Synonyms:
- training, drill, exercise, method, practice, regimen, regulation
- punishment, castigation, chastisement, correction
- self-control, conduct, control, orderliness, regulation, restraint, strictness
- field of study, area, branch of knowledge, course, curriculum, speciality, subject
[verb]
Synonyms:
- train, bring up, drill, educate, exercise, prepare
- punish, bring to book, castigate, chasten, chastise, correct, penalize, reprimand, reprove
Related Words: overcome, reduce, subdue, subjugate, bridle, check, curb, inhibit, restrain, guide, lead, conduct, control, direct, manage
English Thesaurus: punish, fine, sentence, penalize, discipline, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. discipline1 S3 W3 /ˈdɪsəplən, ˈdɪsɪplən/ noun
[Word Family: noun: disciplinarian, discipline; adjective: disciplinary, disciplinedUNDISCIPLINED; verb: discipline]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: descepline, from Latin disciplina 'teaching, learning', from discipulus; disciple]

1. [uncountable] a way of training someone so that they learn to control their behaviour and obey rules:
The book gives parents advice on discipline.
serious discipline problems in the police force

2. [uncountable] the ability to control your own behaviour, so that you do what you are expected to do:
Working from home requires a good deal of discipline.self-discipline

3. [uncountable and countable] a way of training your mind or learning to control your behaviour:
Martial arts teach respect, discipline, and cooperation.
discipline for
Learning poetry is a good discipline for the memory.

4. [countable] an area of knowledge or teaching, especially one such as history, chemistry, mathematics etc that is studied at a university

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. discipline2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: disciplinarian, discipline; adjective: disciplinary, disciplinedUNDISCIPLINED; verb: discipline]

1. to punish someone in order to keep order and control:
The officers were later disciplined.

2. to teach someone to obey rules and control their behaviour:
Different cultures have different ways of disciplining their children.

3. discipline yourself (to do something) to control the way you work, how regularly you do something etc, because you know it is good for you:
Try to discipline yourself to write every day.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

discipline
noun
I. controlling behaviour
ADJ. effective, firm, good, strong We need better discipline in our schools.
harsh, iron, rigid, strict strict military discipline
lax, poor Discipline was too lax.
staff, team | military, naval, party, prison, school, work
VERB + DISCIPLINE enforce, exercise, exert, impose the discipline that the party exercises over its members
keep, maintain The teacher was unable to maintain discipline.
accept, submit to They submitted to the discipline imposed by their leaders. | have The school was criticized for having very poor discipline.
lack Modern schools lack discipline.
tighten The new headmaster tightened discipline in the school.
relax | restore
PHRASES a breach of discipline It's unfair to dismiss somebody for a single breach of discipline.
a breakdown of discipline a breakdown of discipline in the classroom
a lack of discipline

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

discipline
II. controlling yourself
ADJ. good, great, useful, valuable It is good discipline to learn to delegate.
strict | personal | mental, spiritual | business, commercial, financial, fiscal, industrial, market, monetary The chancellor has stabilized the economy through strict fiscal discipline.
VERB + DISCIPLINE have He'll never get anywhere working for himself?he's got no discipline.
show | lack | demand, require, take It takes great discipline to learn a musical instrument.
PHRASES a lack of discipline

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

discipline
III. subject of study
ADJ. core, main, major Students are to be tested on the three core disciplines: maths, English and science.
distinct, independent When did sociology emerge as a distinct discipline?
established, traditional | subject | academic, intellectual They established psychology as an academic discipline.
professional | humanities, science/scientific
PREP. across ~s There is a lack of communication across disciplines (= between teachers and students of different subjects).
within a/the ~ Within a discipline there may be more than one school of thought.
PHRASES a range of disciplines The university offers a wide range of disciplines.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

discipline

good/strong/firm discipline (=clear rules that people understand and must obey)
Without good discipline in a school, the standard of teaching suffers.
strict discipline (=very firm and not always reasonable or kind)
Some parents complained about the school's strict discipline.
poor discipline (=not enough clear and firm rules)
Problems tend to arise in families where there is poor discipline.
school discipline
a government report into how to improve school discipline
military discipline (=the kind of strict discipline imposed in the army)
I hated the army and the routine of military discipline.
keep discipline (also maintain discipline formal) (=make people obey the rules)
A good teacher knows how to maintain discipline.
enforce discipline (=make people obey the rules, especially by using punishment)
It is entirely for your own good that we enforce discipline.
a lack of discipline
The principal never tolerated a lack of discipline.
a breach of discipline formal (=an act of not obeying the rules)
Being absent without permission was a breach of discipline.
a discipline problem (=a problem with the students' behaviour in a school)
Successful schools have fewer discipline problems.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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