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22:51 Aug 30, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Discipline
For example in the sentence:

A person with discipline can easily do the work
Georg Fendt
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Amy Kasuga
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kibishiku


Explanation:
with the given sentence, "A person with discipline can do the work."

It is translated as:
Jibunni kibishiku yareru hitono hatarakiwa yoino desu.

In Japanese character:
自分に厳しくやれる人の働きは良いのです。

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5 days
Shitsuke


Explanation:
Shitsuke is the translation for Discipline.
Shitsuke is used quite a bit in 5S, if you're familiar at all with that Japanese concept.

Amy Kasuga
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