What is the Meaning of: Strict | Concept and Definition of: Strict

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use
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Strict comes from latin strictus and refers to the adjective which indicates that that is adjusted to the need or the Act and which tolerates no interpretation. One who is strict admits no excuses.
Examples: "I have a very strict teacher who accepts any sort of distractions in the classroom", "Jeanne parents are strict with them and do not let out to go dancing", "strictly speaking, regulation does not allow such comments although judges often show a certain willingness to allow", "I'll have to be strict with my daughter because it obeys me more."
When the strict concept is applied to a person, it refers to the severity. To be strict with another, an individual should have greater authority insofar as it must be able to give orders and instructions. A teacher may be strict with his students is not forgiving in regards to spelling errors, for example. However, if it shows a predisposition to dialogue and envisages the possibility of pardon, could say that it is a bit strict (or permissive).
The same thing said a boss (or head) to work. Those who do not tolerate delays or condemning even the smallest errors is a strict boss. When the Chief accepts the explanations of its employees, this classification becomes meaningless.
These considerations allow us to conclude that the strict opposes firmly to the dialogue or understanding. However, it is not opposing concepts: a football referee may be strict in the application of the rules of the game and, at once, be ready to interact with the players.