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discipline

US [ˈdɪsəplɪn]
UK ['dɪsəplɪn]
  • n.纪律;训练;自制力;风纪
  • v.训练;管教;惩罚;处罚
  • Web学科;规训;自律
Plural Form:disciplines  Present Participle:disciplining  Past Tense:disciplined  
discipline
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n.
1.
[u]
训练;训导;纪律;风纪the practice of training people to obey rules and orders and punishing them if they do not; the controlled behaviour or situation that results from this training
The school has a reputation for high standards of discipline.
这所学校因纪律严格而名闻遐迩。
Strict discipline is imposed on army recruits.
新兵受严格的纪律约束。
She keeps good discipline in class.
她严格执行课堂纪律。
2.
[c]
训练方法;行为准则;符合准则的行为a method of training your mind or body or of controlling your behaviour; an area of activity where this is necessary
Yoga is a good discipline for learning to relax.
瑜伽是一种学习放松的有效方法。
3.
[u]
自制力;遵守纪律the ability to control your behaviour or the way you live, work, etc.
He'll never get anywhere working for himself─he's got no discipline.
他自己做事是不会有什么成就的 — 他毫无自制力。
4.
[c]
知识领域;(尤指大学的)学科,科目an area of knowledge; a subject that people study or are taught, especially in a university
v.
1.
~ sb (for sth)
惩罚;处罚to punish sb for sth they have done
The officers were disciplined for using racist language.
这些军官因使用种族歧视性语言而受到惩罚。
2.
~ sb
训练;训导;管教to train sb, especially a child, to obey particular rules and control the way they behave
a guide to the best ways of disciplining your child
管教子女最佳方法指南
3.
自我控制;严格要求(自己)to control the way you behave and make yourself do things that you believe you should do
Dieting is a matter of disciplining yourself.
节食是自我控制的问题。
He disciplined himself to exercise at least three times a week.
他规定自己每周至少锻炼三次。

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