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Detailed Translations for discipline from English to Spanish


discipline [the ~] noun

  1. the discipline (science discipline)
    la especialidad
  2. the discipline (ordinance; determination; regulation; )
    el orden
  3. the discipline
    – A particular specialization that categorizes activities and guidance within a process according to a common theme; these may relate to one or to many roles. 1
    la disciplina

to discipline verb (disciplines, disciplined, disciplining)

  1. to discipline (chastise; punish)

Conjugations for discipline:

  1. discipline
  2. discipline
  3. disciplines
  4. discipline
  5. discipline
  6. discipline
simple past
  1. disciplined
  2. disciplined
  3. disciplined
  4. disciplined
  5. disciplined
  6. disciplined
present perfect
  1. have disciplined
  2. have disciplined
  3. has disciplined
  4. have disciplined
  5. have disciplined
  6. have disciplined
past continuous
  1. was disciplining
  2. were disciplining
  3. was disciplining
  4. were disciplining
  5. were disciplining
  6. were disciplining
  1. shall discipline
  2. will discipline
  3. will discipline
  4. shall discipline
  5. will discipline
  6. will discipline
continuous present
  1. am disciplining
  2. are disciplining
  3. is disciplining
  4. are disciplining
  5. are disciplining
  6. are disciplining
  1. be disciplined
  2. be disciplined
  3. be disciplined
  4. be disciplined
  5. be disciplined
  6. be disciplined
  1. discipline!
  2. let's discipline!
  3. disciplined
  4. disciplining
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for discipline:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
disciplina discipline branch; brigade; department; detachment; division; limb; part of the body; regulation; section; specialism; ward
especialidad discipline; science discipline field of study; specialisation; specialism; specialization; specialty; subject
orden by-law; decision; defining; determination; discipline; fixing; ordinance; regulation; regulations; rules; submission announcement; assignment; building; by-law; candor; candour; chain; chicanery; civility; command; construction; courtesy; courtliness; decency; detachment; establishment; etiquette; existing order; faultlessness; file; frankness; fuss; gallantry; good breeding; good manners; hassle; hotchpotch; impeccability; instruction; irreprochability; joint; joy; jumble; light-heartedness; line; manners; medley; merriment; mirth; mishmash; neatness; notification; open-heartedness; order; orderliness; ordinance; perfection; pleasure; propriety; purity; rank; regularity; regulation; respectability; row; sequence; series; soundness; spotlessness; stainlessness; string; subpoena; succession; summons; tidiness; trouble making
- bailiwick; correction; field; field of study; study; subject; subject area; subject field
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
castigar chastise; discipline; punish beat up; bother; harass; knock about; trouble; visit
sancionar chastise; discipline; punish castigate; chasten; chastise; inflict disciplinary punishment; penalise; penalize; punish; rebuke; reprimand
- check; condition; correct; sort out; train
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
orden Z order; order; stack order; z order; z-order

Related Words for "discipline":

  • disciplining, disciplines

Synonyms for "discipline":

Antonyms for "discipline":

  • indiscipline

Related Definitions for "discipline":

  1. training to improve strength or self-control2
  2. the act of punishing2
    • the offenders deserved the harsh discipline they received2
  3. the trait of being well behaved2
    • he insisted on discipline among the troops2
  4. a system of rules of conduct or method of practice2
    • he quickly learned the discipline of prison routine2
    • for such a plan to work requires discipline2
  5. a branch of knowledge2
    • in what discipline is his doctorate?2
  6. punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience2
    • The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently2
  7. develop (children's) behavior by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control2
    • Parents must discipline their children2
  8. A particular specialization that categorizes activities and guidance within a process according to a common theme; these may relate to one or to many roles.1

Wiktionary Translations for discipline:

  1. category in which a certain activity belongs
  2. specific branch or knowledge or learning
    • disciplineramo
  3. punishment
  4. controlled behaviour, self-control

Cross Translation:
discipline disciplina tuchtdiscipline
discipline disciplina Disziplinohne Plural: ein auf Ordnung bedachtes Verhalten
discipline disciplina; especialidad DisziplinTeilgebiet eines Betätigungsfelds, zum Beispiel der Wissenschaft, Schule oder des Sports
discipline disciplinar disziplinieren — jemanden zur Ordnung erziehen
discipline disciplina discipline — (vieilli) méthode d’instruction et d’éducation.

Related Translations for discipline