tolerate


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Synonyms for tolerate

recognize and respect (rights and beliefs of others)

have a tolerance for a poison or strong drug or pathogen or environmental condition

allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting

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Having the power to tolerate gives you security and trust that you will be able to achieve it, and you will be the victorious.
Poland's central bank has suggested that it could tolerate low consumer price inflation (CPI).
For this reason, Albanians have no reason to tolerate Gruevski when BDI is power, same as in 2006-2008, when PDSH was in power.
The expert further testified that Canadians generally tolerate partner-swapping, but not in a public place.
If you live by the ocean, you might need plants that tolerate salty and sandy soils.
Treatment was tough, difficult to tolerate, time consuming, and resource intense--with a relatively small chance of virologic response.
They're very docile, and they don't just tolerate you; they actually like people,'' he said.
Department of Agriculture screened about 100,000 trees that survived the epidemic, but identified few that naturally tolerate the disease.
As I will not tolerate the loss of any one of these brave men or women due to the failure of an officer's character, I will not tolerate a single unreported criminal act on the part of our cadets.
It will have porcelain-on-aluminum walls, floors and ceilings, which I can tolerate.
Dickson took the view that it was up to virtuous judges like himself to protect the public from harmful obscenities that most Canadians might tolerate.
People with the condition usually cannot tolerate contact lenses, although some people who carry the mutated genes show few effects.
It seems Catholics must now suppress adherence to our Faith's teachings in order to accommodate and tolerate blatant disobedience.
An osteoporosis medication -- long-term or otherwise -- can work only if a patient can tolerate the medication.
At the most effective dose studied, the new regimen is often so toxic that many patients, especially those over age 60, cannot tolerate it.