Definition of disciplinal in English:



See discipline

‘As already stated, however, disciplinal perspective is not the only sort of perspective possible or needed.’
  • ‘Research activities are deemed reflective of the level of disciplinal specialization attained by the individual and the entire academic faculty.’
  • ‘This is pointless; you irritate other users and risk disciplinal measures.’
  • ‘The disciplinal courses apply the foundational principles to a particular field, ranging from food service to financial management.’
  • ‘Each person will acquire knowledge from the others and look for potential collaborative works with individual from different disciplinal background.’



/ˈdisəplən(ə)l/ /ˈdɪsəplən(ə)l/