English to Maori Meaning of sufferance - sufferance

Sufferance :

kātakí, te itoito, manawanui, marino, ngawari, te whanau, mutu, faaearaa, etahi, oaoaraa, mahi

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Definitions of sufferance in English
Noun(1) patient endurance especially of pain or distress(2) a disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations
Examples of sufferance in English
(1) Pain, like everything else, is a sufferance , impermanent and non-existent.(2) For sufferance now will be rewarded greatly in the Reconciliation.(3) If that is too abstract an observation then there is the simpler truth of politics: Britain is a middle class country and all parties now hold office on the sufferance of the bourgeoisie.(4) To the extent that a ÔÇÿrightÔÇÖ exists only at the sufferance of the state itself, it scarcely deserves to be called a ÔÇÿrightÔÇÖ at all.(5) For all its vaunted power, judicial supremacy exists at the sufferance of the people.(6) On the show, Logan joins the major case squad on sufferance after a long, punitive stint on Staten Island, where he was exiled after taking a swing at a city councilman.(7) My appreciation of lone living is borne of great sufferance .(8) The only solution she seems to find for making her sufferance end is death, even though she is pregnant and has a child who simply adores her.(9) Charles was only here on sufferance(10) If her marriage breaks down, she can now return to her birth home by right, and not on the sufferance of relatives.(11) Visitors to some of the more offbeat historic houses can sometimes get the impression that they are there on sufferance , rather than being truly welcomed.(12) It would be a tiny reminder that other people with beliefs hostile to mine own this country, and that I'm here at their sufferance .(13) an estate at sufferance(14) The Dalit students' experience of university life is one of being admitted only on sufferance .(15) He was offered a two-month anger management program that he attended under sufferance .(16) Refugees still entered Britain after that, but on sufferance , rather than as a right.
(1) suffer from ::
mamae i
(2) to suffer ::
ki te mamae
(3) suffer in silence ::
mamae i roto i te puku
(4) suffer the consequences ::
mamae i te mau hopearaa
(5) suffer losses ::
mamae parekura
(6) suffer injury ::
mamae whara
(7) suffer from diarrhea ::
mamae i te korere
(8) suffer from colic ::
mamae i te colic
1. acceptance ::
2. toleration ::
1. prohibition ::
2. proscription ::
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