Definition of regimentation in English:

regimentation

Pronunciation /ˌrejəmənˈtāSH(ə)n/ /ˌrɛdʒəmənˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

Translate regimentation into Spanish

noun

See regiment

‘With the regimentation of western armies from the 16th century onwards, military flags were codified into various types, each with their own special name.’
  • ‘The domestic consequence of this foreign policy is the regimentation and militarization of American life and the drift toward authoritarian rule.’
  • ‘Luke is placed in an isolated environment with strict rules, guards, and regimentation and his fiercely individualistic spirit immediately clashes.’
  • ‘Residential school histories portray in painful detail an educationally retrograde system of regimentation and deculturalization stretching right across the country.’
  • ‘A survey of more than 1,530 workers found that such regimentation was widespread, as was the use of corporal punishment.’