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dis·ci·pli·nar·y

 (dĭs′ə-plə-nĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or used for discipline: disciplinary training; disciplinary measures.
2. Of or relating to a specific field of academic study.

dis′ci·pli·nar′i·ly (-nâr′ə-lē) adv.
dis′ci·pli·nar′i·ty (-nâr′ĭ-tē, -năr′-) n.

disciplinary

(ˈdɪsɪˌplɪnərɪ) or

disciplinarian

adj
1. of, promoting, or used for discipline; corrective
2. (Education) relating to a branch of learning: criticism that crosses disciplinary boundaries.

dis•ci•pli•nar•y

(ˈdɪs ə pləˌnɛr i)

adj.
of, for, or constituting discipline; enforcing, administering, or involving discipline.
[1575–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disciplinary - relating to discipline in behavior; "disciplinary problems in the classroom"
2.disciplinary - relating to a specific field of academic study; "economics in its modern disciplinary sense"
3.disciplinary - designed to promote discipline; "the teacher's action was corrective rather than instructional"; "disciplinal measures"; "the mother was stern and disciplinary"
nonindulgent, strict - characterized by strictness, severity, or restraint

disciplinary

adjective punitive, retaliatory, retaliative, punitory She was unhappy that no disciplinary action was being taken.

disciplinary

adjective
Inflicting or aiming to inflict punishment:
Translations
تأديبينِظامي
disciplinárníkázeňský
disciplin-disciplinær
fegyelmi
aga-, hegîunar-refsingar-, sem ætlaî er aî bæta aga
disciplinárny
disipline aitdisiplini sağlayıcı

disciplinary

[ˈdɪsɪplɪnərɪ] ADJ [committee, hearing] → disciplinario
disciplinary action or measuremedida f disciplinaria
disciplinary proceduresprocedimiento m disciplinario

disciplinary

[ˈdɪsɪplɪnəri] adj [record, problem] → disciplinaire disciplinary action, disciplinary hearing, disciplinary committeedisciplinary action n
to take disciplinary action against sb → prendre des mesures disciplinaires à l'encontre de qndisciplinary committee nconseil m de disciplinedisciplinary hearing nséance f du conseil de discipline

disciplinary

adjDisziplinar-; mattersdisziplinarisch; disciplinary proceedings or proceduresDisziplinarverfahren nt; disciplinary measures/powersDisziplinarmaßnahmen pl/-gewalt f; he has no disciplinary problems in his classin seiner Klasse hat er keine Schwierigkeiten mit der Disziplin; the worst disciplinary record in the Leaguedas längste Disziplinarstrafregister in der Liga; a school with a firm disciplinary codeeine Schule mit einer strengen Disziplin; to take disciplinary actionDisziplinarmaßnahmen ergreifen; they face disciplinary action/chargesgegen sie werden Disziplinarmaßnahmen ergriffen/wird ein Disziplinarverfahren eröffnet

disciplinary

[ˈdɪsɪplɪnərɪ] adjdisciplinare
to take disciplinary action against sb → prendere un provvedimento disciplinare contro qn

discipline

(ˈdisiplin) noun
1. training in an orderly way of life. All children need discipline.
2. strict self-control (amongst soldiers etc).
verb
1. to bring under control. You must discipline yourself so that you do not waste time.
2. to punish. The students who caused the disturbance have been disciplined.
ˈdisciplinary adjective
1. of discipline.
2. intended as punishment. disciplinary action.
References in classic literature ?
He had been subjected to a severe disciplinary course of medicine, at length he sent away all his doctors, declaring that he preferred the disease to the treatment, and came to Paris, where the fame of his wit had preceded him.
The sternness with which this was said suggested that to bring Aunt Celia upstairs was, for some reason, a disciplinary measure.
He was even the only man so qualified in Stevie's knowledge, because the gentlemen lodgers had been too transient and too remote to have anything very distinct about them but perhaps their boots; and as regards the disciplinary measures of his father, the desolation of his mother and sister shrank from setting up a theory of goodness before the victim.
Then followed four years of penal servitude, spent in the company of common criminals in Siberia, where he began the "Dead House," and some years of service in a disciplinary battalion.
This is the defamatory aspect of disciplinary psychiatry.
Taylor, "Umpire Decision B-26: Disciplinary Layoff," November 16, 1941, F.
Current legislation gives workers and employees a statutory right to be accompanied by either a trade union representative or a fellow worker at a disciplinary hearing.
It further calls for breaking down the firewalls that exist between the disciplinary silos in the context of integrating the solutions that can help food, agriculture, nutrition, and health sectors.
The Disciplinary Commission of the Council of Judges of Kyrgyzstan has found that there are no confirmed or accepted violations of duties in respect of the chairman of Balykchy city court, former chairman of the Council for Selection of Judges Zamirbek Bazarbekov.
After the end of the disciplinary proceedings, the magistrates will vote on whether or not to penalize the judge and on the extent of the penalty.
Subscribers to the GBGB Calendar received a copy of the new penalty guidelines in last weekend's issue with Declan Donnelly, GBGB director of regulation, saying: "The penalty guidelines have been introduced to provide greater clarity and consistency throughout the disciplinary process whether this is from a local inquiry right through to an appeal to the appeal board.
ENGLISH Premiership side Harlequins face a disciplinary hearing after a controversial incident at the end of their Heineken Cup quarter-final defeat to Leinster.