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Spanish translation of “discipline”

discipline

noun /ˈdisiplin/
training in an orderly way of life
disciplina
All children need a certain amount of discipline.
strict self-control (amongst soldiers etc).
disciplina
disciplinary adjective of discipline.
disciplinario
intended as punishment
disciplinario
disciplinary action.
(Definition of discipline from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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