Definition of 'tolerant'
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But after a few months you become tolerant to it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In many ways it will be a celebration of lives well lived in a tolerant and successful society. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We are more tolerant and less judgmental. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is a great country and a tolerant country. The Sun (2008)Everything in our tolerant nature says people should be free to follow their beliefs. The Sun (2013)This is not a picture of a diverse and tolerant society. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The body also becomes tolerant to the drug. The Sun (2012)This cashier would be happier in some less tolerant land. The Sun (2014)Britain is a very generous and tolerant country. The Sun (2012)The third value that runs through my politics is my belief in a tolerant and generous society. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Britain had become a more tolerant nation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is growing evidence that students are becoming less tolerant of slack teaching. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Britain is a more diverse and tolerant country now. The Sun (2012)He will dance his way to a more liberal and tolerant society. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Beijing has become less tolerant of criticism. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Rural areas remain less diverse and less tolerant of difference as a result. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Does it make us a more tolerant society? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But poorer people and those with few qualifications are much less tolerant. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Only when we become completely tolerant. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They're more tolerant of other people. Christianity Today (2000)The British are the most tolerant people on earth. The Sun (2013)This is meant to be a tolerant, civilised country that respects each other. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The atmosphere of people getting on, of people more tolerant of each other. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A robust plant that is tolerant of most soil conditions, it will quickly form a thick hedge. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are tough, long-lasting plants that are tolerant of light shade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Growing - lemon balm makes best growth in fairly rich moist soil in a sunny position, although it is a tolerant plant. Planning the Organic Herb Garden (1986)They were also likely to be less tolerant of corrupt behaviour, such as fiddling expenses, but only if such fiddles were not the norm in the country. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'tolerant'
British English: tolerant /ˈtɒlərənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you are tolerant, you let other people say and do what they like, even if you do not agree with it or approve of it.
Society is becoming more tolerant of difference.
- American English: tolerant
- Arabic: مُتَسَامِح
- Brazilian Portuguese: tolerante
- Chinese: 宽恕的
- Croatian: tolerantan
- Czech: tolerantní
- Danish: tolerant
- Dutch: tolerant
- European Spanish: tolerante
- Finnish: suvaitsevainen
- French: tolérant
- German: tolerant
- Greek: ανεκτικός
- Italian: tollerante
- Japanese: 寛容な
- Korean: 관대한
- Norwegian: tolerant
- Polish: tolerancyjny
- European Portuguese: tolerante
- Romanian: tolerant
- Russian: терпимый
- Spanish: tolerante
- Swedish: tolerant
- Thai: ที่มีความอดทน
- Turkish: hoşgörülü
- Ukrainian: толерантний
- Vietnamese: bao dung
Definition of tolerant from the Collins English Dictionary
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