intolerable

  • 1intolérable — [ ɛ̃tɔlerabl ] adj. • 1265; lat. intolerabilis 1 ♦ Qu on ne peut tolérer, supporter. ⇒ insupportable. Douleur intolérable. ⇒ aigu, insoutenable. Chaleur intolérable. ⇒ accablant, infernal. « L existence serait intolérable si l on ne rêvait jamais …

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  • 2Intolerable — In*tol er*a*ble, a. [F. intol[ e]rable, L. intolerabilis. See {In } not, and {Tolerable}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Not tolerable; not capable of being borne or endured; not proper or right to be allowed; insufferable; insupportable; unbearable; as,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3intolerable — I adjective impossible, insufferable, insupportable, unbearable, unendurable associated concepts: intolerable cruelty, intolerable severity II index deplorable, insufferable, loathsome …

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  • 4intolerable — adjetivo 1. Que no se puede o no se debe tolerar o consentir por ser abusivo o estar mal hecho: ¡Esto es intolerable!, no tiene ningún derecho a tratarnos así, no se lo consiento. Tu comportamiento es intolerable, te estás pasando de la raya …

    Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • 5intolerable — Intolerable. adj. de t. g. Qui ne se peut tolerer. C est un desordre intolerable. cela est intolerable …

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  • 6intolerable — late 14c., from L. intolerabilis that cannot bear, that cannot be borne, from in not, opposite of (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + tolerabilis that may be endured, from tolerare to tolerate (see TOLERATION (Cf. toleration)). Related: Intolerably …

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  • 7intolerable — [adj] unacceptable; beyond bearing a bit much, enough already*, excruciating, extreme, impossible, insufferable, insupportable, last straw*, offensive, painful, unbearable, undesirable, unendurable; concept 529 Ant. acceptable, bearable,… …

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  • 8intolerable — Intolerable, Intolerabilis, Intolerandus …

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  • 9intolerable — (Del lat. intolerabĭlis). adj. Que no se puede tolerar …

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  • 10intolerable — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unable to be endured. DERIVATIVES intolerably adverb …

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  • 11intolerable — [in täl′ər ə bəl] adj. [ME intollerable < L intolerabilis] not tolerable; unbearable; too severe, painful, cruel, etc. to be endured intolerability n. intolerableness intolerably adv …

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  • 12intolerable — adj. 1) intolerable to 2) intolerable to + inf. (it s intolerable to allow hardened criminals to roam our streets) 3) intolerable that + clause (it is intolerable that such excesses are allowed) * * * [ɪn tɒl(ə)rəb(ə)l] intolerable to intolerable …

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  • 13intolerable — ► adjetivo Que no puede ser tolerado o soportado: ■ es intolerable que te hayan hablado así; resulta intolerable este escándalo a estas horas. SINÓNIMO inaguantable ANTÓNIMO soportable tolerable * * * intolerable 1 adj. Aplicado a acciones, tan… …

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  • 14intolerable — adj. VERBS ▪ be, prove, seem ▪ become ▪ make sth ▪ The constant pain made her life intolerable. ▪ …

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  • 15intolerable — in|tol|e|ra|ble [ınˈtɔlərəbəl US ˈta: ] adj too difficult, bad, annoying etc for you to accept or deal with ≠ ↑tolerable ▪ This is intolerable! exclaimed Sir Rufus. ▪ The pain had become intolerable. intolerable burden/strain/pressure ▪ Caring… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16INTOLÉRABLE — adj. des deux genres Qu on ne peut souffrir, supporter patiemment. Des douleurs intolérables. La chaleur est intolérable.   Il signifie plus ordinairement, Qu on ne peut tolérer. Cela est intolérable. Injure intolérable …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)