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disciplined

adjective uk   us   /ˈdɪs.ə.plɪnd/
behaving in a very controlled way: The young gymnasts who won the competition were a talented and disciplined team. Those children are well disciplined.
Translations of “disciplined”
in Korean 훈련을 잘 받은…
in Arabic مُنضبِط…
in Portuguese disciplinado…
in Catalan disciplinat…
in Japanese 規律正しい…
in Italian disciplinato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 守紀律的,守規矩的, 訓練有素的…
in Russian дисциплинированный…
in Turkish terbiyeli, disiplinli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 守纪律的,守规矩的, 训练有素的…
in Polish zdyscyplinowany…
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