disciplined

英 ['dɪsɪplɪnd] 美 ['dɪsəplɪnd]
  • adj. 遵守纪律的;受过训练的
  • v. 使有纪律(discipline的过去分词);训导
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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- + -ine + -d.
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.
1. Most religions teach you to be truthful and self-disciplined.
多数宗教教导人们要真诚和律己。

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2. The rebels are well organised, disciplined and very well armed.
叛乱者组织有序,纪律性强,武装精良。

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3. The band's third album seems more disciplined and focussed.
这个乐队的第三张专辑似乎表现更为节制、基调更为清晰。

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4. She's extraordinarily disciplined.
她非常守纪律。

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5. She must have been well disciplined for her orderliness.
她有条不紊,一定受过良好的训练.

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