disciplinarian

英 [,dɪsɪplɪ'neərɪən] 美 [,dɪsəplɪ'nɛrɪən]
  • n. 厉行纪律的人;严格的人
  • adj. 纪律的;训练的
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1、dis- "apart" + cip- => discip- "grasp intellectually, analyze thoroughly" => 进而引申为: learn.
2、discip- + -le(diminutive) => people that learn.
3、disciple => discipl- + -inarian(复合后缀:-ine, -ary, -an).
4、含义:order necessary for instruction, treatment that corrects or punishes, branch of instruction or education, military training, orderly conduct as a result of training.
disciplinarian (n.)
"one who enforces order," 1630s, see discipline; earlier used of Puritans who wanted to establish the Presbyterian "discipline" in England (1580s). Meaning "advocate of greater discipline" is from 1746.
1. He has a reputation for being a strict disciplinarian.
他因是个严格纪律执行者而闻名遐迩。

来自柯林斯例句

2. She has some old-fashioned values and can be a strict disciplinarian.
她的观念比较保守,有时过于严格地奉行纪律。

来自柯林斯例句

3. She's a very strict disciplinarian.
她执行纪律非常严格。

来自《权威词典》

4. The disciplinarian bawled against [ at ] him.
这位 训导 员对着他大声呼喝.

来自《现代汉英综合大词典》

5. The freethinker hated the formalist ; the lover of liberty detested the disciplinarian.
自由思想者总是不喜欢拘泥形式者,爱好自由者总是憎恶清规戒律者.

来自辞典例句

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