discipline
noun
1. (training) 
Discipline at the military academy was extremely strict.La disciplina en la academia militar era muy estricta.
2. (behavior) 
Miss Wilder, how do you maintain proper discipline in your classroom?Señorita Wilder, ¿cómo fomentas la buena conducta en tu salón?
3. (self-control) 
You need a lot of discipline to succeed in anything.Se necesita mucha autodisciplina para lograr cualquier cosa.
4. (punishment) 
We will be forced to enact discipline if you keep disobeying the teacher.Tendremos que aplicarte un castigo si sigues desobedeciendo al maestro.
5. (subject) 
The course offers various artistic disciplines.El curso ofrece varias disciplinas artísticas.
6. (sports) 
In the next Olympics, she'll be competing in several disciplines.En las próximas Olimpiadas, competirá en varias disciplinas.
transitive verb
7. (to teach proper conduct) 
Both parents and teachers try to discipline children.Tanto los padres como los maestros buscan disciplinar a los niños.
8. (to train) 
Yoga helps you discipline your body and mind.El yoga te ayuda a disciplinar la mente y el cuerpo.
9. (to punish) 
a. castigar (an animal or a prisoner) 
If you don't discipline your dog when he does something wrong, he'll never learn.Si no castigas a tu perro cuando hace algo malo, él nunca aprenderá.
b. sancionar (an employee) 
The company will discipline whoever breaks the code of conduct.La empresa sancionará a todo aquel que viole el código de conducta.
discipline
Noun
1. (control, academic subject) 
a. la disciplina (F) 
to keep or maintain disciplineguardar la disciplina
transitive verb
2. (punish) 
a. castigar 
3. (train) 
a. disciplinar 
to discipline oneselfdisciplinarse
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)
transitive verb
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)
discipline is a conjugated form of the verb disciplinar - View Conjugation

disciplinar

 
disciplinar
transitive verb
1. (to train) 
La escuela se toma la tarea de disciplinar a los alumnos muy en serio.The school takes the task of disciplining students very seriously.
b. to drill (repetitive) 
El entrenador disciplinó a los jugadores pidiéndoles que repitieran la misma jugada una vez tras otra.The coach drilled the players, asking them to repeat the same play over and over again.
2. (to flog) 
a. to whip 
Ya no está bien visto que un padre discipline a su hijo como castigo.A father whipping his child as a way of punishing him is no longer considered acceptable.
b. to scourge (archaic) 
Los guardias disciplinaron al preso por tratar de escaparse.The guards scourged the prisoner for trying to escape.
disciplinar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to discipline 
disciplinar
transitive verb
1 (instruir) [+persona, instintos] to discipline; [+soldados] to drill
2 (azotar) to whip; scourge
Examples
Verb Conjugations for disciplinar
Present Participle: disciplinando
Past Participle: disciplinado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yodisciplinodisciplinédisciplinabadisciplinaríadisciplinaré
disciplinasdisciplinastedisciplinabasdisciplinaríasdisciplinarás
él/ella/Ud.disciplinadisciplinódisciplinabadisciplinaríadisciplinará
nosotrosdisciplinamosdisciplinamosdisciplinábamosdisciplinaríamosdisciplinaremos
vosotrosdisciplináisdisciplinasteisdisciplinabaisdisciplinaríaisdisciplinaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.disciplinandisciplinarondisciplinabandisciplinaríandisciplinarán
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