discipliner

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

discipline +‎ -er

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discipliner (plural discipliners)

  1. Agent noun of discipline: one who disciplines.
    • 2006, Leo Zaibert, Punishment and Retribution‎, p. 33:
      [T]he punisher believes that the suffering she inflicts "somehow offsets" the (perceived) wrongdoing, but even the indignant discipliner (if suffering is what the discipliner inflicts) simply in order to attain a result: in order to educate, prevent, and so on.

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Danish[edit]

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discipliner c

  1. plural indefinite of disciplin

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Verb[edit]

discipliner

  1. to (submit to) discipline, punish
  2. to discipline, drill

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discipliner m (plural disciplinei, feminine disciplinera, feminine plural disciplineres)

  1. disciplinary