Definition of disciplined in English:

disciplined

Syllabification: dis·ci·plined
Pronunciation: /ˈdisəˌplind
 
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adjective

Showing a controlled form of behavior or way of working: a disciplined approach to management
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  • The House of Commons is organized along adversarial lines, its proceedings normally controlled by a disciplined party majority.
  • But it will be a tight, disciplined budget with spending under disciplined control.
  • It is an example of the disciplined financial controls which have built up the funds the country needs for public works and poverty relief.

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