tolerable

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See also: tolérable

English[edit]

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Borrowed from Middle French tolerable, from Latin tolerābilis.

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tolerable (comparative more tolerable, superlative most tolerable)

  1. Capable of being borne, tolerated or endured; bearable or endurable.
  2. Moderate in degree; mediocre; passable, acceptable or so-so.
  3. Such as to be tolerated or countenanced; permissible; allowable.
  4. In fair health; passably well.

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tolerable (comparative more tolerable, superlative most tolerable)

  1. (dialect) tolerably; passably; moderately.

Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin tolerābilis.

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tolerable (masculine and feminine plural tolerables)

  1. tolerable
    Antonym: intolerable

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Galician[edit]

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From Latin tolerābilis.

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tolerable m or f (plural tolerables)

  1. tolerable
    Antonym: intolerable

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin tolerābilis.

Adjective[edit]

tolerable (plural tolerables)

  1. tolerable
    Antonym: intolerable

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