Etymology: From tolerance (French: tolérance), from tolerantia.
- the ability to tolerate the beliefs or practices of others
- the variation or deviation from a standard, especially the maximum permitted variation in an engineering measurement
- the ability to endure pain or hardship
- the ability of the body to resist the action of a poison, to cope with a dangerous drug or to survive infection by an organism
- the ability of the body to accept a tissue graft without rejection
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