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I really am gluten intolerant. The Sun (2016)The saddest thing of all is that the military remains highly intolerant of criticism. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Particularly useful if you are intolerant to gluten or dairy foods. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But there is no definitive clinical test that can tell you whether you are actually intolerant to wheat. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Shortly afterwards she became intolerant to wheat, gluten and dairy products. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He is increasingly intolerant of European immigrants. The Sun (2014)But it's wrong to think that most people are gluten intolerant. The Sun (2013)The operation underlined the fears of opposition activists that the ruling military council has become increasingly intolerant of protests directed at its continuing control of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Over a year ago I was diagnosed as gluten and wheat intolerant. The Sun (2013)She did the tests and told me I was gluten intolerant. The Sun (2013)Ahead of the protests, pro-democracy groups became increasingly intolerant of any companies or organisations that appeared critical. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You want to burn pop stars and I'm the intolerant one? Times, Sunday Times (2015)It said I was intolerant to wheat, dairy and gluten. The Sun (2015)
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British English: intolerant /ɪnˈtɒlərənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as intolerant, you disapprove of the fact that they do not accept behaviour and opinions that are different from their own.
He was intolerant of criticism.
- American English: intolerant
- Arabic: مُتَعَصِّبٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intolerante
- Chinese: 不宽容的
- Croatian: netolerantan
- Czech: netolerantní
- Danish: intolerant
- Dutch: intolerant
- European Spanish: intolerante intransigente
- Finnish: suvaitsematon
- French: intolérant
- German: intolerant
- Greek: μισαλλόδοξος
- Italian: intollerante
- Japanese: 耐えられない
- Korean: 관용성이 없는
- Norwegian: intolerant
- Polish: nietolerancyjny
- European Portuguese: intolerante
- Romanian: intolerant
- Russian: нетерпимый
- Spanish: intolerante
- Swedish: intolerant
- Thai: ซึ่งทนไม่ได้
- Turkish: hoşgörüsüz
- Ukrainian: нетерпимий
- Vietnamese: không dung thứ
Definition of intolerant from the Collins English Dictionary
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