Sinónimos de patient
enduring difficult situations with an even temperShe was endlessly kind and patient with children.
Her boss, who was very understanding, gave her time off.
People are not in a very forgiving mood.
He is a mild man, reasonable almost to the point of blandness.
They need to be tolerant of different points of view.
His indulgent mother was willing to let him do what he wanted.
The Professor takes a slightly more lenient view.
persevering or diligentyears of patient devotion to her family
He went back to join his loyal, long-suffering wife.
He gave a resigned smile.
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
He's a nice quiet man.
She was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
He phoned again this morning – he's very persistent.
He was remarkably philosophical about his failure.
She looked as calm and serene as always.
He had been stoical at their parting.
submissive, , ,
Most doctors want their patients to be submissive.
an untiring fighter for justice, democracy and tolerance
That patient is not like to recover who makes the doctor his heir – Gnomologia]
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in the sense of calm
not showing or not feeling agitation or excitementTry to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
in the sense of case
a person or problem dealt with by a doctor, social worker, or solicitorExpensive hospital cases are monitored by a case manager.
in the sense of composed
(of people) in control of their feelingsShe was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
keeping your cool,
as cool as a cucumber,
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