Synonyms of discipline in English:

discipline


See definition of discipline

noun

1‘discipline in the camp was strict’

SYNONYMS
control, regulation, direction, order, authority, rule, strictness, a firm hand
routine, regimen
training, teaching, instruction, drill, drilling, exercise
use of punishment

2‘it may take courage and discipline to do this, but it is worth the effort’

SYNONYMS
self-control, self-discipline, self-government, control, controlled behaviour, self-restraint
good behaviour, orderliness, obedience

3‘sociology is a fairly new discipline’

SYNONYMS
field, field of study, branch of knowledge, course of study, subject, area
specialist subject, speciality, specialty

verb

1‘these families have different ways of disciplining their children’

SYNONYMS
train, drill, teach, school, coach, educate, regiment, indoctrinate
lay down the law to someone, bring into line

2‘she had learned to discipline her emotions’

SYNONYMS
control, bring under control, keep under control, restrain, regulate, govern, keep in check, check, curb, keep a tight rein on, rein in, bridle, tame
ANTONYMS

give free rein to

3‘a member of staff was to be disciplined by the management’

SYNONYMS
punish, penalize, take disciplinary action against, bring to book
reprimand, rebuke, reprove, chastise, castigate, upbraid, remonstrate with
informal dress down, give someone a dressing-down, rap over the knuckles, give someone a roasting, give someone a rocket, put on the mat
British informal carpet, put on the carpet
archaic chasten