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toleration

  • 1 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerancia
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerancia
    toleration [.tɑlə'reɪʃən] n
    : tolerancia f
    n.
    tolerancia s.f.
    'tɑːlə'reɪʃən, ˌtɒlə'reɪʃən
    mass noun tolerancia f
    [ˌtɒlǝ'reɪʃǝn]
    N tolerancia f
    * * *
    ['tɑːlə'reɪʃən, ˌtɒlə'reɪʃən]
    mass noun tolerancia f

    English-spanish dictionary > toleration

  • 2 toleration

    [ˌtɒlə'reɪʃn]
    nome tolleranza f.
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolleranza
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolleranza
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    toleration /tɒləˈreɪʃn/
    n. [u]
    tolleranza; indulgenza: religious toleration, tolleranza religiosa
    ● (stor.) the Act of Toleration, la Legge sulla Tolleranza ( a favore dei dissenzienti in materia religiosa; in GB, nel 1689).
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    [ˌtɒlə'reɪʃn]
    nome tolleranza f.

    English-Italian dictionary > toleration

  • 3 toleration

    noun
    Tolerierung, die (geh.)
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) die Duldsamkeit
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) die Duldung
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    tol·era·tion
    [ˌtɒlərˈeɪʃən, AM ˌtɑ:ləˈreɪ-]
    n no pl Toleranz f
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    ["tɒlə'reISən]
    n
    Duldung f, Tolerierung f
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    1. Duldung f, Tolerierung f
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    noun
    Tolerierung, die (geh.)
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    n.
    Duldung -en f.

    English-german dictionary > toleration

  • 4 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerance; overbærenhed
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerance
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerance; overbærenhed
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerance

    English-Danish dictionary > toleration

  • 5 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) prenašanje
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) strpnost
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    [tɔləréišən]
    noun
    obzirnost, strpnost, potrpljenje; toleranca
    to show toleration for (to) s.t.h. — biti strpen (prizanesljiv, popustljiv, toleranten) do česa

    English-Slovenian dictionary > toleration

  • 6 toleration

    [tɔlə'reɪʃən]
    n

    toleration of( person) tolerancja w stosunku do +gen; (pain, noise) wytrzymałość na +acc

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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) akceptacja, tolerowanie
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerancja

    English-Polish dictionary > toleration

  • 7 toleration

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > toleration

  • 8 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) toleranse
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) frisinn(ethet), toleranse
    toleranse
    subst. \/ˌtɒləˈreɪʃ(ə)n\/
    1) toleranse, fordragelighet
    2) ( medisin) motstandskraft

    English-Norwegian dictionary > toleration

  • 9 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) umburðarlyndi
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) umburðarlyndi, frjálslynd stefna (í trúmálum)

    English-Icelandic dictionary > toleration

  • 10 toleration

    türelem, eltűrés, türelmesség, megtűrés
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) (el)tűrés
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerancia

    English-Hungarian dictionary > toleration

  • 11 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerância
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerância
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    tol.er.a.tion
    [tɔlər'eiʃən] n 1 tolerância, indulgência. 2 espírito de tolerância, reconhecimento dos direitos da liberdade espiritual.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > toleration

  • 12 toleration

    n. izin, müsaade, hoşgörü, tolerans
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    müsamaha
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) hoşgörü, göz yumma
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) hoş görme, tolerans

    English-Turkish dictionary > toleration

  • 13 toleration

    • vapaamielisyys
    • suvaitsevaisuus
    • kärsivällisyys
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) kestokyky
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) suvaitsevaisuus

    English-Finnish dictionary > toleration

  • 14 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerance; iecietīgums
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerance
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    tolerance, iecietība

    English-Latvian dictionary > toleration

  • 15 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) pakantumas, tolerantiškumas
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerancija

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > toleration

  • 16 toleration

    n. tolerans
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    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerans, fördragsamhet
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) religionsfrihet

    English-Swedish dictionary > toleration

  • 17 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) tolerování
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerance
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    • tolerance
    • snášenlivost

    English-Czech dictionary > toleration

  • 18 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) znášanlivosť, ohľad, tolerancia
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) tolerancia
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    • znášanlivost
    • tolerancia

    English-Slovak dictionary > toleration

  • 19 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) to­le­rare
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) toleranţă

    English-Romanian dictionary > toleration

  • 20 toleration

    1) (the act of tolerating: His toleration of her behaviour amazed me.) ανοχή
    2) (tolerance, especially in religious matters: The government passed a law of religious toleration.) ανεκτικότητα / ανεξιθρησκεία

    English-Greek dictionary > toleration

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  • Toleration — and tolerance are terms used in social, cultural and religious contexts to describe attitudes and practices that prohibit discrimination against those practices or group memberships that may be disapproved of by those in the majority. Conversely …   Wikipedia

  • toleration — (n.) 1510s, permission granted by authority, license, from M.Fr. tolération (15c.), from L. tolerationem (nom. toleratio) a bearing, supporting, enduring, noun of action from pp. stem of tolerare to tolerate, lit. to bear (see EXTOL (Cf. extol)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Toleration — Tol er*a tion, n. [L. toleratio: cf. OF. toleration.] 1. The act of tolerating; the allowance of that which is not wholly approved. [1913 Webster] 2. Specifically, the allowance of religious opinions and modes of worship in a state when contrary… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • toleration — [täl΄ər ā′shən] n. [Fr tolération < L toleratio] 1. the act or an instance of tolerating 2. tolerance; esp., freedom to hold religious views that differ from the established ones tolerationist n …   English World dictionary

  • toleration — index acceptance, approval, charter (sanction), clemency, consent, disinterest (lack of prejudice) …   Law dictionary

  • toleration — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ religious ▪ mutual ▪ The multicultural character of societies today renders the mutual toleration of differences important. … OF TOLERATION ▪ degree, measure …   Collocations dictionary

  • toleration — n. 1) to display, show toleration 2) toleration for * * * show toleration to display toleration for …   Combinatory dictionary

  • toleration — Refraining from acting against that which is disapproved of, or politically opposed, or alien. Toleration in religious matters is one of the central planks of the modern democratic state: Locke s Letter on Toleration (1689) is the basic authority …   Philosophy dictionary

  • toleration — tolerationism, n. tolerationist, n. /tol euh ray sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of tolerating, esp. of what is not actually approved; forbearance: to show toleration toward the protesters. 2. permission by law or government of the exercise of… …   Universalium

  • Toleration —    The Dutch Republic has been applauded because of its relatively mild political and religious climate. Although Calvin ism was the prevalent religion, Roman Catholics, Lutherans, An abaptists, and Jews were tolerated, although they were treated …   Historical Dictionary of the Netherlands

  • toleration — tol|e|ra|tion [ˌtɔləˈreıʃən US ˌta: ] n [U] willingness to allow people to believe what they want without being criticized or punished ▪ religious toleration …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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