Possible Results:
tolerase
-I tolerated
Imperfect subjunctiveyoconjugation oftolerar.
Imperfect subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation oftolerar.
tolera
Affirmative imperativeconjugation oftolerar.

tolerar

Temía que el Médico puro no le tolerase en su presencia.
He feared that the pure Physician would not tolerate him in His presence.
La propuesta inicial de la Comisión preveía que se tolerase el transporte de residuos no peligrosos en esas circunstancias.
The initial Commission proposal provided for the shipment of nonhazardous wastes being allowed in those circumstances.
Si fuera posible apartarnos en absoluto de la Escritura, ¿cuánto nos alejaríamos? Si se tolerase la autoridad de la tradición, ¿quién pondría términos a sus dominios?
If it be allowable to depart from scripture at all, how far are we to go If the authority of tradition be admitted at all, who is to fix its domain?
Se van por otro lado, y empiezan a pensar que la oposición ya no debe tolerase más, que deben salir y responder lo que dicen los periódicos.
They are becoming diverted, are beginning to think that the opposition is no longer to be tolerated, and that they must come out and reply in the newspapers to what they say.
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