Translation of toleration in Spanish:


tolerancia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌtɑləˈreɪʃ(ə)n/ /tɒləˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

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    tolerancia feminine
    religious toleration tolerancia religiosa
    • He ignores the long tradition of religious toleration under the Ottoman Empire.
    • They also desired fair trials, religious toleration and vast administrative reforms.
    • His dissertation is a study of the politics of religious toleration in the middle colonies.
    • There are other forms of religious toleration which are not liberal.
    • Her desire for religious toleration was in stark contrast to the bigotry that riddled French society.
    • I'd like to think my toleration for different races, religions and sexuality is really high because of the way I was raised and my studies.
    • The multicultural character of societies today renders the mutual toleration of differences important.
    • Born in London, he distinguished himself by loyalty in politics and toleration in religion.
    • It was also the the first European settlement to proclaim religious toleration.
    • With varying degrees of consciousness, most Americans seem to appreciate the practical benefits of liberalism and toleration.
    • Liberal ideas first took shape in the struggle for religious toleration in the 16th and 17th centuries.
    • Charles then set about promoting the cause of religious toleration for all non-Anglicans.
    • Cultures also differ in their toleration of uncertainty.
    • Instead they cultivate the value of toleration, which becomes the chief virtue in democratic societies.
    • We are still looking for a positive case to be made on behalf of liberal toleration.
    • In 1568 a royal edict extended religious toleration to Catholics, Lutherans, Unitarians and Calvinists.
    • He should fight against oppression and to establish justice and the broadest principles of religious toleration.
    • He rejected confessional Christianity and allowed religious toleration in his kingdom.
    • He believed in religious toleration but supported an established church, the Anglican Communion.
    • William agreed to religious toleration and to Parliament's claims to authority.