What does indisciplinados mean in Spanish?

What's the meaning of the Spanish word indisciplinados? Here's a list of translations and example phrases.

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Sin embargo, si bien fue cierto que el nuevo rey no logró someter a sus indisciplinados vasallos, su reinado supuso una modificación de la concepción del reino y del rey.
However, while it was true that the new king failed to subdue his undisciplined vassals, his reign was a modification of the conception of the kingdom and the king.
Su conducta — probablemente muy prudente — les impidió obtener la victoria contra los ahora totalmente indisciplinados soldados imperiales hispanos, alemanes e italianos.
Their behavior - probably very prudent - prevented them from obtaining the victory against the now totally undisciplined Hispanic, German and Italian imperial soldiers.
por anexionarse la isla, dibujaban a unos hacendados avariciosos y arrogantes, sostenidos por una nación de ladrones indisciplinados, sin historia ni tradición militar, a los que España debería dar una lección.
for annexing the island, they depicted avaricious and arrogant landowners, supported by a nation of undisciplined thieves, without history or military tradition, to whom Spain should give a lesson.
Cromwell formó tropas regulares y devotas, organizando a los indisciplinados y que ejercitó infundando una poderosa confianza en si mismos, y mira hacer la revolución, la secunda, sigue y reduce a la unidad de su poder.
Cromwell formed regular and devout troops, organizing the undisciplined and exercised infusing a powerful self-confidence, and watched the revolution, the second, follow and reduce to the unity of its power.
Quedó solo el esqueleto íntegro del conde, dentro de una caja de madera, y el epitafio fúnebre original, conservado todo hasta 1835, cuando los indisciplinados migueletes de Isabel II de España pegaron fuego al monasterio y sacaron el cuerpo momificado de su tumba para «llamarlo a juicio» y «condenarlo» a la hoguera por haber propagado el cristianismo y combatir contra el islam.
There remained only the whole skeleton of the Count, inside a wooden box, and the original funeral epitaph, all preserved until 1835, when the undisciplined migueletes of Isabel II of Spain set fire to the monastery and took the mummified body of his tomb to "call him on trial "and" condemning "him to the stake for propagating Christianity and fighting against Islam.
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