tolerance


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  • noun

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Synonyms for tolerance

the capacity of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint

Synonyms for tolerance

the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions

Related Words

a disposition to allow freedom of choice and behavior

the act of tolerating something

willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others

a permissible difference

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Outside of the West, where perceptions of tolerance actually improved in the past five years, opinions on tolerance of different nationalities worsened.
Analysis of up to 69 countries reveals that economic freedom is positively related to tolerance towards homosexuals, especially in the longer run.
Our study is only the second to try to differentiate between innate differences in SR and tolerance, and understand their unique relations with drinking behaviour and alcohol problems.
The functional limits of a dimensional tolerance are the limits that a feature has to be within for the part to assemble and perform correctly.
In a world changing quickly, in societies that are ever more diverse, we are reminded every day of the need for tolerance.
He also indicated that Mr Al Mousawi was honoured for his advocacy of tolerance within King Hamad's reform project.
Growers should take caution that accurate records of pesticide applications are kept to avoid any violations of exceeding the pesticide tolerances.
At the manufacturing stage tolerances are simply allocated to working dimensions depending upon the process capability of the manufacturing process, stock-removal for each successive operation and the design tolerance level of the nominal dimension.
Critical thermal methodology, CTM, (Cox 1974) was used to estimate lower (CTMinima) and upper n(CTMaxima) temperature tolerance of green sunfish acclimated to 10, 20, 30, and 35[degrees]C.
The ST Axis, available in four sizes--500, 400, 340, and 300--has a straightness tolerance of +/- .
Economical production of an accurate popularity counter for coin-operated automatic record players is made possible by an aluminum die casting which maintains concentricity tolerances 50% closer than ADCI standards.
Based on national cultural differences, it was hypothesized that clients in Kuwait would have a lower financial risk tolerance than the clients in the other countries sampled.
The common view of tolerance is more like that of Elizabeth May of the Green Party of Canada who, in a discussion centred around 'gays' and lesbians, asserted that "we must be tolerant of everyone--Jesus sat down with tax collectors and prostitutes (TVO, Oct.
On AB 1056, Schwarzenegger said current law already establishes a Center for the Excellence on the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, Human Rights and Tolerance to provide teachers the training and resources to effectively teach about these subjects.