tolerant

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From Old French tolerant, from Latin tolerans, present participle of Latin tolerō (endure).

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tolerant (comparative more tolerant, superlative most tolerant)

  1. tending to permit, allow, understand, or accept something
    He's pretty tolerant of different political views, but don't ask him about religion.
  2. tending to withstand or survive
    These plants are tolerant of drought and sunlight.

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tolerant

  1. present participle of tolerar

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tolerant (comparative toleranter, superlative tolerantst)

  1. tolerant

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German[edit]

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tolerant (comparative toleranter, superlative am tolerantesten)

  1. tolerant

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Latin[edit]

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tolerant

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of tolerō  "they bear, they endure, they tolerate"