トレランス, 公差, 寛容, 寛大, 我慢, 雅量, 包容力
Noun(1) the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions(2) a disposition to allow freedom of choice and behavior(3) the act of tolerating something(4) willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others(5) a permissible difference; allowing some freedom to move within limits
(1) The only set-back is that Mrs Lee is developing a tolerance to the medication and she has to keep increasing her doses.(2) We are fortunate to experience good religious tolerance in our town, but sadly, your report is more likely to hinder than assist our efforts.(3) He wants a modernist, liberal Pakistan in which there is religious tolerance and respect for the law.(4) Initially, a drug abuser is prescribed slowly increasing amounts of methadone to increase tolerance to the drug.(5) Little did I understand that by trying to educate my colleagues about the need for religious tolerance , I was encouraging them to suspect me.(6) Users who have recently left prison are most at risk, as their tolerance to drugs has been lost while inside.(7) The glasshouse experiment aimed to rank the cultivars according to their dehydration tolerance .(8) Users build up a tremendous tolerance to the drug and it is very expensive, so it can lead to crime if someone gets a serious habit.(9) Prior exposure to heat-shock temperatures has been shown to increase the tolerance of sensitive tissue to subsequent chilling.(10) The decrease in lean body mass associated with aging results in decreased tolerance to alcohol.(11) The coroner concluded that his tolerance to the drug had probably fluctuated which meant his body could not cope with it.(12) But there is a third position, beyond religious fundamentalism and liberal tolerance .(13) Good things automatically meet with approval; bad things test our ability to show tolerance .(14) This grain is grown in arid and semiarid regions of the world due to its unusual tolerance to adverse environments.(15) Winter rye is usually used as a winter cover crop because of its tolerance to adverse growing environments.(16) the desert camel shows the greatest tolerance to dehydration
(1) zero tolerance :: ゼロ容認
1. acceptance ::
2. endurance of ::
3. leeway ::
1. impatience ::
Different Formsintolerance, tolerance, tolerances
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