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tolerated in = tolerate ??
Interval exercise is well tolerated in people with chronic lung disease
The British are apparently still America’s friends, and the U.S. government is tolerated in France
What does the phrase mean?
Thank you all.
I'm still confused why is "in" than rather "for" or "to".
Math is a little bit difficult for me.
For me, I would rather think of the matter in an optimistic way.
So, I think there should be:
Interval exercise is well tolerated for/to people with chronic lung disease.
The British are apparently still America’s friends, and the U.S. government is tolerated for/to France.
Yes, there should be by.
for/to is wrong.
Why do you think they should be?
I don't know. Some sentence I saw occurs my brain.
Though 'by' is the best here, I want to know if 'in France' means 'in French eyes'.