tolerantly


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tol·er·ant

 (tŏl′ər-ənt)
adj.
1. Inclined to tolerate the beliefs or behavior of others; forbearing: a tolerant attitude.
2. Able to withstand or endure an adverse environmental condition: plants tolerant of extreme heat.
3. Able to digest or metabolize a food, drug, or other substance or compound: people who are lactose tolerant.

[French tolérant, from Latin tolerāns, present participle of tolerāre, to bear; see tolerate.]

tol′er·ant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.tolerantly - in a tolerant manner; "he reacts rather tolerantly toward his son's juvenile behavior"
intolerantly - in an intolerant manner
Translations
بِتَسامُح
s pochopenímtolerantně
meî umburîarlyndi
s pochopením
hoşgörülü şekildetoleransla

tolerantly

[ˈtɒlərəntlɪ] ADVcon tolerancia

tolerantly

[ˈtɒlərəntli] adv
(= patiently) [listen] → patiemment; [smile] → patiemment
(= without condemnation) [view, regard] → avec bienveillance

tolerantly

adv smilenachsichtig; wait, listengeduldig

tolerantly

[ˈtɒlərəntlɪ] advcon tolleranza

tolerate

(ˈtoləreit) verb
to bear or endure; to put up with. I couldn't tolerate his rudeness.
ˈtolerable adjective
1. able to be borne or endured. The heat was barely tolerable.
2. quite good. The food was tolerable.
ˈtolerance noun
1. the ability to be fair and understanding to people whose ways, opinions etc are different from one's own. We should always try to show tolerance to other people.
2. the ability to resist the effects of eg a drug. If you take a drug regularly, your body gradually acquires a tolerance of it.
ˈtolerant adjective
showing tolerance. He's very tolerant towards his neighbours.
ˈtolerantly adverb
ˌtoleˈration noun
1. the act of tolerating. His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.
2. tolerance, especially in religious matters. The government passed a law of religious toleration.
References in classic literature ?
Shimerda needed prayers, but grandfather said tolerantly, `If he can spare six dollars, pinched as he is, it shows he believes what he professes.'
It was all rather contemptible, but I passed on tolerantly, for it is only when she is unhappy that this woman disturbs me, owing to a clever way she has at such times of looking more fragile than she really is.
The leopard man looked on tolerantly and let her have her few minutes.
Fentolin continued tolerantly, "that I am keeping my word to Lieutenant Godfrey.
Let them fight it out," she said tolerantly. "They'll make friends after a bit.
"So this is what Matthew has been looking so mysterious over and grinning about to himself for two weeks, is it?" she said a little stiffly but tolerantly. "I knew he was up to some foolishness.
'Dudley's gone clean up in the air,' explained Lady Wetherby, tolerantly. 'A friend of yours called to tell me he had seen Eustace--'
He looked at her as one might have looked at a child,--kindly, even tolerantly. He was scarcely so tall as she was, and Penelope's attitude towards him was marked all the time with a certain frigidity.
Sheldon smiled tolerantly and proceeded to light a cigarette.
The big Punjabi grinned tolerantly: he knew Kim of old.
Even after one's departure from the staff, Zuhra tolerantly hosted one's columns and articles in the 1970s.
Whereas European nations, they claim, have chosen to forget about the "past grievances," came to terms with each other and are "tolerantly" building "forward-looking relations."