[tol-er-uh-buh l] /ˈtɒl ər ə bəl/
capable of being ; endurable:
His arrogance is no longer tolerable.
fairly good; not bad.
Informal. in fair health.
able to be tolerated; endurable
(informal) fairly good
early 15c., “bearable,” from Middle French tolerable (14c.), from Latin tolerabilis “that may be endured,” from tolerare “to tolerate” (see toleration). Meaning “moderate, middling, not bad” is recorded from 1540s. Related: Tolerably.
[tol-er-uh ns] /ˈtɒl ər əns/ noun 1. a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions, beliefs, practices, racial or ethnic origins, etc., differ from one’s own; freedom from bigotry. 2. a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward opinions, beliefs, and practices that differ from one’s own. 3. interest in and concern for ideas, […]
[tol-er-uh nt] /ˈtɒl ər ənt/ adjective 1. inclined or disposed to tolerate; showing tolerance; forbearing: tolerant of errors. 2. favoring toleration: a tolerant church. 3. Medicine/Medical, Immunology. /ˈtɒlərənt/ adjective 1. able to tolerate the beliefs, actions, opinions, etc, of others 2. permissive 3. able to withstand extremes, as of heat and cold 4. (med) (of […]
[too r-ist] /ˈtʊər ɪst/ noun 1. a person who is traveling, especially for pleasure. 2. . adverb 3. in tourist-class accommodations, or by tourist-class conveyance: to travel tourist. /ˈtʊərɪst/ noun 1. 2. a person on an excursion or sightseeing tour 3. a person travelling abroad as a member of a sports team that is playing […]
[tok-sik] /ˈtɒk sɪk/ adjective 1. of, pertaining to, affected with, or caused by a or poison: a toxic condition. 2. acting as or having the effect of a poison; poisonous: a toxic drug. 3. pertaining to or noting debt that will probably not be repaid: toxic mortgages. 4. pertaining to or noting a financial instrument […]