"discipline" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

discipline
[ˈdɪsɪplɪn]
sustantivo
1. disciplina (f) (control, academic subject)
  • to keep or maintain discipline -> guardar la disciplina
verbo transitivo
2. castigar (punish); disciplinar (train)
  • to discipline oneself -> disciplinarse

discipline [di-si-plin]
sustantivo
1. Disciplina, doctrina, instrucción, enseñanza; orden, regla, conducta, educación; arte, ciencia.
2. Rigor, castigo; mortificación, corrección.
1. Disciplinar, educar, instruir (control/child, pupils); controlar (emotions).
2. Reglar, gobernar, tener en orden.
3. Castigar, corregir, reformar; sancionar (punish/employee); disciplinar (train/body, mind).
va.

discipline [ˈdɪsɪplɪn]
noun
1 (obedience) disciplina (f); (punishment) castigo (m); (self-control) autodisciplina (f)
to keep or maintain discipline mantener la disciplina
2 (field of study) disciplina (f)
verb:transitive
1 (punish) [+pupil, soldier] castigar; [+employee] sancionar
the boy will be disciplined. He has let the whole school down
2 (control) [+child] disciplinar; [+one's mind] adiestrar
to discipline o.s. (to do sth) disciplinarse (para hacer algo)

Verb Conjugations for "discipline" (go to la disciplina)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I discipline I disciplined I will discipline
you discipline you disciplined you will discipline
he/she disciplines he/she disciplined he/she will discipline
we discipline we disciplined we will discipline
you discipline you disciplined you will discipline
they discipline they disciplined they will discipline
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"discipline" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

disciplinar
transitive verb
1. to discipline

disciplinar [dis-the-ple-nar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To discipline, to educate, to instruct, to bring up.
2. To drill, to teach the manual exercise or the military regulations.
3. To chastise, to correct.
verb reflexive
4. To scourge oneself as penance.

disciplinar
verbo:transitivo
1 (instruir) [+persona, instintos] to discipline; [+soldados] to drill
2 (azotar) to whip; scourge

Verb Conjugations for "disciplinar" (go to la disciplina)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo disciplino discipliné disciplinaba disciplinaría disciplinaré
disciplinas disciplinaste disciplinabas disciplinarías disciplinarás
él/ella/Ud. disciplina disciplinó disciplinaba disciplinaría disciplinará
nosotros disciplinamos disciplinamos disciplinábamos disciplinaríamos disciplinaremos
vosotros disciplináis disciplinasteis disciplinabais disciplinaríais disciplinaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. disciplinan disciplinaron disciplinaban disciplinarían disciplinarán
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