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patient

adjective /ˈpeiʃənt/
suffering delay, pain, irritation etc quietly and without complaining
paciente, sufrido
It will be your turn soon – you must just be patient!
patiently adverb
pacientemente
She patiently waited for her turn.
patience noun the ability or willingness to be patient
paciencia
Patience is a virtue The long wait was testing his patience.
a card game usually played by one person
solitario
She often plays patience.
Translations of “patient”
in Arabic صَبور…
in Korean 참을성있는…
in Malaysian bersabar…
in French patient…
in Turkish sabırlı, tahammüllü…
in Italian paziente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有耐心的,忍耐的…
in Russian терпеливый…
in Polish cierpliwy…
in Vietnamese kiên nhẫn…
in Portuguese paciente…
in Thai อดทน…
in German geduldig…
in Catalan pacient…
in Japanese 忍耐強い, 気が長い…
in Indonesian sabar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有耐心的,忍耐的…
(Definition of patient from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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