disciple

  • 1 disciple — [ disipl ] n. • deciple XIIe; lat. ecclés. discipulus, en lat. class. « élève » 1 ♦ Personne qui reçoit, a reçu l enseignement (d un maître). ⇒ écolier, élève. Aristote, disciple de Platon. Les disciples de Jésus Christ, qui l ont accompagné… …

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  • 2 DISCiPLE — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Interface DISCiPLE, vista trasera y superior El DISCiPLE, primer producto de Miles Gordon Technology, fue una interfaz de disquete para el ordenador doméstico Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16, 48, 128 y +2 (el de carcasa… …

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  • 3 DISCiPLE — Interface DISCiPLE, back and top view Introduced 1986 The DISCiPLE was a floppy disk interface for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer. Designed by Miles Gordon Technology, it was marketed by Rockfort Products and launched in 1986 …

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  • 4 Disciple — • This term is commonly applied to one who is learning any art or science from one distinguished by his accomplishments Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Disciple     Disciple     …

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  • 5 DISCiPLE — DISCiPLE  модуль расширения для ZX Spectrum, включающий дисковый интерфейс. Разработан компанией Miles Gordon Technology (Великобритания), является первым продуктом компании. Продавался компанией R …

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  • 6 disciple — Disciple, Auditor, Discipulus. Estre disciple de Socrates, Audire Socratem. Faire que le disciple ne tienne plus de parti du maistre, Luy oster son disciple, Discipulum a praeceptore abducere. Exerciter ses disciples, Exercere discipulos …

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  • 7 Disciple — Dis*ci ple, n. [OE. disciple, deciple, OF. disciple, fr. L. discipulus, fr. discere to learn (akin to docere to teach; see {Docile}) + prob. a root meaning to turn or drive, as in L. pellere to drive (see {Pulse}).] One who receives instruction… …

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  • 8 Disciple — Lead Sän …

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  • 9 Disciple — Dis*ci ple, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Discipled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Discipling}.] 1. To teach; to train. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] That better were in virtues discipled. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. To punish; to discipline. [Obs.] B. Jonson. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 10 disciple — DISCIPLE. s. m. Qui apprend d un maître quelque science, ou quelque art libéral. C est mon disciple. Exercer, instruire ses disciples. f♛/b] On appelle Disciples de [b]Jésus Christ, Ceux qui suivent la Doctrine de Jésus Christ, et principalement… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • 11 disciple — DISCIPLE. s. m. Qui apprend quelque science ou quelque Art liberal, ou quelqu un des Arts liberaux d un maistre. C est mon disciple. exercer ses disciples. instruire ses disciples. les disciples de Jesus Christ …

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  • 12 disciple — [di sī′pəl] n. [ME < OFr desciple & OE discipul, both < L discipulus, learner, in LL(Ec), a disciple of Jesus < * discipere, to comprehend < dis , apart + capere, to hold (see HAVE): infl. by discere, to learn] 1. a pupil or follower… …

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  • 13 disciple — I noun accepter, adherent, admirer, advocate, ally, apostle, apprentice, auditor, backer, believer, condisciple, devotee, discipulus, eleve, favorer, follower, hanger on, imitator, learner, loyalist, promoter, protégé, pupil, receiver, recruit,… …

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  • 14 disciple — (n.) O.E. discipul (fem. discipula), Biblical borrowing from L. discipulus pupil, student, follower, said to be from discere to learn [OED, Watkins], from a reduplicated form of PIE root *dek to take, accept (see DECENT (Cf. decent)). But… …

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  • 15 disciple — adherent, *follower, henchman, satellite, sectary, partisan Analogous words: votary, devotee (see ADDICT n): *enthusiast, zealot, fanatic …

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  • 16 disciple — [n] believer, follower adherent, apostle, attendant, booster, buff, bug*, catechumen, cohort, convert, devotee, enthusiast, fan, fanatic, fiend, freak, groupie, hound*, junkie*, learner, nut*, partisan, proselyte, pupil, rooter*, satellite,… …

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  • 17 disciple — ► NOUN 1) a personal follower of Christ during his life, especially one of the twelve Apostles. 2) a follower or pupil of a teacher, leader, or philosophy. DERIVATIVES discipleship noun. ORIGIN Latin discipulus learner , from discere learn …

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  • 18 disciple — (di si pl ) s. m. 1°   Celui qui reçoit un enseignement. Aristote fut le disciple de Platon. •   St Chrysostome fut disciple de Libanius, qui était un fameux sophiste, MAUCROIX Préf. sur les hom. de St Chrys. dans RICHELET. 2°   Celui qui adhère… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 19 Disciple — Platon et Aristote On appelle disciple (latin discipulus, l élève) celui qui suit l enseignement d un maître. Sommaire 1 Exemples de l Histoire …

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  • 20 Disciple — Contents 1 Religion 2 Books 3 Sports 4 Comic books …

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