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in·tol·er·ance

 (ĭn-tŏl′ər-əns)
n.
1. The quality or condition of being intolerant; lack of tolerance.
2. Medicine Inability to digest or metabolize a food, drug, or other substance or compound: lactose intolerance.
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in•tol•er•ance

(ɪnˈtɒl ər əns)

n.
1. lack of toleration; unwillingness or refusal to tolerate or respect contrary opinions or beliefs, persons of different races or backgrounds, etc.
2. abnormal sensitivity or allergy, as to heat or to a food or drug.
[1755–65; < Latin]
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Intolerance

 
  1. Bigotry … it’s like putting your elbows on the table. You know you’re not supposed to. But there’s that instinct —Bonnie Currie, New York Times, January 24, 1986
  2. Closed as a bigot’s mind —Anon
  3. Intolerance itself is a form of egoism —George Santayana

    Santayana elaborates on his comparison of intolerance to egoism as follows: “And to condemn egoism intolerantly is to share it.”

  4. Intolerant as a sinner newly turned saint —Anon
  5. The mind of the bigot is like the pupil of the eye; the more light you pour upon it, the more it will contract —Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr
  6. Prejudice is as a mist, which in our journey through the world often dims the brightest and obscures the best of all the good and glorious objects that meet us on our way —Anthony Ashley Cooper
  7. Prejudices … are like rats, and men’s minds are like traps; prejudices get in easily, but it is doubtful if they ever get out —Lord Francis Jeffrey
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.intolerance - impatience with annoyances; "his intolerance of interruptions"
impatience - a dislike of anything that causes delay
2.intolerance - unwillingness to recognize and respect differences in opinions or beliefs
attitude, mental attitude - a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways; "he had the attitude that work was fun"
narrow-mindedness, narrowness - an inclination to criticize opposing opinions or shocking behavior
bigotry, dogmatism - the intolerance and prejudice of a bigot
fanaticism, fanatism, zealotry - excessive intolerance of opposing views
religionism - exaggerated religious zealotry
zero tolerance - extreme intolerance of antisocial behavior (usually by an uncompromising application of the law); "he urged zero tolerance for priests who abuse children sexually"
tolerance - willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others
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intolerance

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intolerance

noun
Irrational suspicion or hatred of a particular group, race, or religion:
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Translations
عَدَم تَساهُل أو تَحَمُّل
nesnášenlivost
intolerance
intolerancia
umburîarleysi
hoşgörüsüz olma

intolerance

[ɪnˈtɒlərəns] N (gen) → intolerancia f; (= bigotry) → intransigencia f (Med) → intolerancia f (to, of a) food intoleranceintolerancia f a los alimentos
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intolerance

[ɪnˈtɒlərəns] nintolérance f
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intolerance

n
Intoleranz f(of gegenüber)
(esp Med) → Überempfindlichkeit f(to, of gegen)
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intolerance

[ɪnˈtɒlərns] nintolleranza
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intolerable

(inˈtolərəbl) adjective
that cannot be endured or borne. intolerable pain; This delay is intolerable.
inˈtolerably adverb
inˈtolerant adjective
(often with of) unwilling to endure or accept eg people whose ideas etc are different from one's own, members of a different race or religion etc. an intolerant attitude; He is intolerant of others' faults.
inˈtolerance noun
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in·tol·er·ance

n. intolerancia, incapacidad de soportar dolor o los efectos de una droga.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

intolerance

n alergia, intolerancia; cold — intolerancia al frío; lactose — intolerancia a la lactosa; [Note: In Spanish alergia is used much more often than intolerancia when referring to medications.]
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References in periodicals archive ?
Antoniewicz, "Carbohydrate intolerance after acute gastroenteritis--a disappearing problem in Polish children," Acta Paediatrica, vol.
Sorensen et al., "Clinical impact of mild carbohydrate intolerance in pregnancy: a study of 2904 nondiabetic Danish women with risk factors for gestational diabetes mellitus," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol.
Impact of increasing carbohydrate intolerance on maternal-fetal outcomes in 3637 women without gestational diabetes: the Toronto trihospital gestational diabetes project.
In the pharmaceutical industry, banana powder has been found to be effective in the treatment of colon diseases, sprue and other forms of carbohydrate intolerance in children.
It also explains your relative carbohydrate intolerance (weight and cholesterol worsening) at its root if you suffer from metabolic syndrome.
Barbara Gower, Ph.D., professor and vice chair for research in the UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences, stated that diabetes was a disease of carbohydrate intolerance and reducing carbohydrates was the obvious treatment.
It is defined as carbohydrate intolerance, which is the inability of the body to adequately process carbohydrates (sugars and starches) into energy for the body, that develops or is first recognized during pregnancy.

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