Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Discipline"

The meaning of "Discipline" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> mean?
A: @jimi2180: if you want a more detailed answer, if my major/career is computer science, my <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> is more specifically a part of that like programming.

My major is art but my <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> is specifically 3D sculpting.

Discipline is commonly used for a certain part of a larger career or major, however it can be used to interchangeably with career or field too.
Q: What does What is your specific <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> in track and field? mean?
A: Do you run 100m or 200m or do the javelin toss or the high jump or the decathlon...
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>(for example, studying everyday is good <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>) mean?
A: In your situation, <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> is the ability to push yourself or work hard. If i study every day, i can say that i have good <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>. Discipline can be compared to the word commitment.
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> mean?
A: thank you, @Katmarie it does thank you ♡

Example sentences using "Discipline"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>.
A: As a verb:
Sometimes a parent must <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> their child for misbehaving.

As an adjective:
He took a very <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>d approach toward solving the problem.
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>.
A: "That student needs to be <span class="dictionary_keyword">disciplined</span>"
" A parent <span class="dictionary_keyword">disciplines</span> their child when needed"
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>.
A: "It takes a lot of <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> to learn another language." "I think students who bully others should be strictly <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>d." "Science is a <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> that requires excellent writing skills."
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> .
A: The teacher will have to <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> his student for misbehaving.

Synonyms of "Discipline" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> and rule ?
A: Discpline is a controlled behaviour, self-control.
Rule is a regulation, law, guideline, be in charge etc.
Q: What is the difference between ​‎Strict <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> is sometimes important,but I would argue that it would have an adverse impact on children’s problem-solving abilities... and I argue that it have an adverse impact...(what’s the meaning of “would”in last sentense?) ?
A: I think "Strict <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> is sometimes important, but I argue that it has an adverse impact on children's problem-solving abilities" sounds the most natural.
"Would" is necessary if you are talking about hypothetical situations (for example, "If I could fly, I would fly to school every day") but strict <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> happens to children in real life so it's not a hypothetical situation.
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> and training ?
A: Discipline is like when you scold or tell off a someone. Disciplining your child would be like punishing them so they learn from their actions. Training however is more like constant practice. Whilst <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> is punishment, training is not.

EXAMPLE: "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>d my dog" would be scolding them.
"I trained my dog" would be telling them to sit and giving them a treat when they do it
Q: What is the difference between strict <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> and harsh <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> ?
A: Strict means that there are no allowances for misbehavior. You will be <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>d absolutely every time you do anything wrong.

Harsh <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> describes the degree of the <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> itself - for showing up late to class, a teacher might just have you stay in for a few minutes after class, or she might give you harsher <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> like making you write an essay on why tardiness is unacceptable or giving you detention.
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> and rule ?
A: Rule mean a list of rules you must follow for example "you must follow all the rule or there will be a punishment"

Discipline means you did something you should not have done for example "you did not follow the rules so you will be <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> for your actions"

Translations of "Discipline"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Continue to study my <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>
A: 書取:"Continue to study my <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>." or you can say "Continue to study my major." or "Continue to study my field."
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Other questions about "Discipline"

Q: They are likely to feel reluctant of following some <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> because they feel too restrict when they were kids, so they want to be rebel when they become adults. does this sound natural?
A: They are likely to feel reluctant in following some <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> because they felt too restricted when they were kids, so they want to be rebels when they become adults.

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They are likely to feel reluctant to be <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>d because they felt too restricted when they were kids, so they want to be rebels when they become adults.
Q: what does <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> mean when used this way for example when someone says taking cold showers requires <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> does it have to do with training In case it has other meanings I am open to hear more about ...
A: you have to <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> yourself because taking a cold shower is yikes. it means it takes a lot of mental strength, practice, etc.


when you <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> a child, you're "punishing" them when they do something bad. when you <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> yourself it's kinda similar. you are making yourself take the cold shower even when your body freaks out.
Q: How can I train/ <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> my dog not to eat his shit? does this sound natural?
A: Haha say dog poop instead of shit because that seems rude
Q: How can I <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> my dog who doesn't listen to me? does this sound natural?
A: “My dog doesn’t listen to me, how should I <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> him/her?”

You did really good and the way you said it before is understandable~ this is just how I would write/say it!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span>.
A: Includes example sentence “the dog showed <span class="dictionary_keyword">discipline</span> by obeying his owner”

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