Translation of patience in Spanish:
- 1 (quality) to try somebody's patienceI lost my patienceponer a prueba la paciencia de alguienmy patience is wearing thin/is exhaustedperdí la pacienciaI've no patience with people like thatse me está acabando or agotando/se me ha acabado or agotado la pacienciapatience is a virtuecon gente así yo no tengo pacienciato have the patience of Job/a saintla paciencia es la madre de la cienciatener más paciencia que el santo Job/que un santoExample sentences
- In my experience foreigners have no patience with this sort of thinking.
- I made a third phone call a few days later, but their patience with me was obviously running out.
- He is a decent hitter, has great patience at the plate and is defensively solid.
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