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tolerate

verb [T] uk   /ˈtɒl.ər.eɪt/  us   /ˈtɑː.lə.reɪt/

tolerate verb [T] (ACCEPT)

B2 to accept behaviour and beliefs that are different from your own, although you might not agree with or approve of them: I will not tolerate that sort of behaviour in my class. [+ -ing verb] I won't tolerate lying.
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tolerate verb [T] (DEAL WITH)

C2 to deal with something unpleasant or annoying, or to continue existing despite bad or difficult conditions: These ants can tolerate temperatures that would kill other species.
Traducciones de “tolerate”
en árabe يَتسامَح…
en coreano 참다, 용인하다…
in Malaysian tahan dgn…
en francés tolérer…
en turco katlanmak, hoşgörmek, tolere etmek…
en italiano tollerare…
en chino (tradicionál) 接受, 寬容, 忍受…
en ruso терпеть, выносить, выдерживать…
en polaco tolerować, znosić…
in Vietnamese tha thứ…
en español tolerar…
en portugués tolerar…
in Thai อดทนต่อความยากลำบาก…
en alemán erträglich…
en catalán tolerar…
en japonés ~を容認する, 我慢する…
in Indonesian menahankan…
en chino (simplificado) 接受, 宽容, 忍受…
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