listen to the pronunciation of indulgence
İngilizce - Türkçe

Hoşgörününüz için size teşekkür ederim. - Thank you for your indulgence.

(Ticaret) af
göz yumma

Aşırı düşkünlük çocuğu şımarttı. - Excessive indulgence spoiled the child.

(ticaret hukuku) borç vadesinin uzatılması
(Katoliklik) pişmanlık hâsıl olunca kilise tarafından günah cezasından bir kısmının affolunması
İptila, düşkünlük; müsamaha, hoşgörü, göz yumma
borç vadesinin uzatılması
{i} in kendine (bir şey yapma) izni verme
{i} anlayış gösterme
pişmanlık hâsıl olunca kilise tarafından günah cezasından bir kısmının affolunması
{i} yüz verme
{i} haz
günah çıkarma/düşkünlük
{i} tutku
{i} boyun eğme
{i} günahların kilisece affedilmesi
{i} bağımlılık
(Kanun) temdit
{i} hoşgörü

Korkaklara hiçbir hoşgörüm yok. - I have no tolerance of cowards.

İlaçlar hem bağımlılık hem de hoşgörüye sebep olabilir. - Drugs can cause both dependency and tolerance.

{i} tolerans

Futbol kulübünün hakem hatası konusunda sıfır tolerans politikası vardır. - The football club has a zero tolerance policy on referee abuse.

Tom'un düşük bir düş kırıklığı toleransı vardır. - Tom has a low frustration tolerance.

self indulgence
rahatına düşkünlük
{i} hata payı
self indulgence
rahatsız etme
self indulgence
oynama payı
(Biyokimya) dayanım
(Mekanik) pay
self indulgence
kendine düşkünlük
kendi zevk ve rahatına düşkünlük
{i} (organizma v.b.'ne özgü) tahammül, dayanma
(Askeri) TOLERANS: Ölçme tekniğinde veya bir makinenin ya da makine parçasının boyutlarında veya bir aletin mükemmeliyet derecesinde, standartlara veya teorik değerlere nazaran izin verilen boşluk miktarı
hoş görme
{i} dayanma
{i} tolerans, özür payı
{i} tahammül
İngilizce - İngilizce
a pardon or release from the expectation of punishment in purgatory, after the sinner has been granted absolution
something in which someone indulges
catering to someone's every desire
to provide with an indulgence
the act of indulging
the yielding to inclination, passion, desire, or propensity in oneself or another
Indulgence means treating someone with special kindness, often when it is not a good thing. The king's indulgence towards his sons angered the business community. In Roman Catholicism, the remission of temporal punishment for a sin after the sin has been forgiven through the sacrament of penance. The theology of indulgences is based on the concept that, even though the sin and its eternal punishment are forgiven through penance, divine justice demands that the sinner pay for the crime either in this life or in purgatory. The first indulgences were intended to shorten times of penance by substituting periods of fasting, private prayers, almsgiving, and monetary payments that were to be used for religious purposes. Pope Urban II granted the first plenary, or absolute, indulgence to participants in the First Crusade, and subsequent popes offered indulgences on the occasion of the later Crusades. After the 12th century they were more widely used, and abuses became common as indulgences were put up for sale to earn money for the church or to enrich unscrupulous clerics. Jan Hus opposed them, and Martin Luther's Ninety-five Theses (1517) were in part a protest against indulgences. In 1562 the Council of Trent put an end to the abuses but not to the doctrine itself
forgiveness of sins in exchange for a monetary payment
an inability to resist the gratification of whims and desires
In Catholicism, a means by which the Catholic church takes away some of the punishment due the Christian in this life and/or purgatory because of his sin
catering to someones every desire
Remission of the temporal punishment due to sins, after the guilt of sin has been remitted by sincere repentance; absolution from the censures and public penances of the church
the act of indulging or gratifying a desire
'Kindness-toward' (Latin); remission of time spent in purgatory (a state of temporary punishment in the afterlife); an aspect of Catholic belief and practice 'Kindness-toward' (Latin); remission of time spent in purgatory (a state of temporary punishment in the afterlife); an aspect of Catholic belief and practice
foolish or senseless behavior
To grant an indulgence to
the act of indulging or gratifying a desire a disposition to yield to the wishes of someone; "too much indulgence spoils a child"
An indulgent act; favor granted; gratification
luxury or treat
remission of punishment granted a penitent for acts such as going on crusade or on pilgrimage
The act of indulging or humoring; the quality of being indulgent; forbearance of restrain or control
It is a payment of the debt of justice to God by the application of the merits of Christ and his saints to the contrite soul through the church
the remission by the pope of the temporal punishment in purgatory that is still due for sins even after absolution; "in the Middle Ages the unrestricted sale of indulgences by pardoners became a widespread abuse"
a disposition to yield to the wishes of someone; "too much indulgence spoils a child"
It is therefore believed to diminish or destroy for sins the punishment of purgatory
{i} act of giving in to desire; something which gratifies, luxury; leniency, tolerance; humoring, pampering; partial remission of punishment (Roman Catholicism)
The forgiving of a sin and therefore the reduction of time spent in Purgatory by the soul of a dead person
Excessive or immoderate indulgence of one's own personal desires and needs above all others
{n} fondness, forbearance, forgiveness
The performance of some act of merit which can be applied to departed friends to shorten their stay in purgatory, These acts of merit include, prayers, rosary, fasting, sacrifices, almsgiving The official definition is the remission of the temporal punishment due to sin after the sin itself is forgiven Indulgences will not save one from hell, but it can shorten one's stay in purgatory and they can only be done by the living and then credited to the dead The pope announces indulgences and determines their value For example, an indulgence of 500 days less in purgatory can be granted once a day, every day if the person carries a properly blessed rosary, if they kiss the rosary and recite the hail Mary See Sins (Catholic) See Supererogation
During the Middle Ages, forgiveness for sin could be purchased from the Church as indulgences, removing the burden of penance for the commission of sins A lucrative source of income for the Church, the practice was condemned by most reformers
The remission of punishment still due for a sin that has been sacramentally absolved (Roman Catholic Church)
The remission of temporal punishment due to sin Available for sale
Redemption certificates pardoning per­sons from punishment in the afterlife that were be­ing sold by the Roman Catholic church Martin Luther particularly condemned this practice in his Ninety‑five Theses, in bringing on the Protestant Reformation
plural of indulgence
One of the most misunderstood teachings of the Catholic Church is that concerning indulgences The Church teaches that sin must lead to temporal punishment - sin is forgiven through the Sacrament of Confession, but the need for punishment for those sins remain Indulgences are the remissions of such punishment Many guide-books say that when a pilgrim enters through a Holy Door, all his/her sins are forgiven This is not correct; the sins have to be forgiven in confession before he/she enters the door, and by entering the door all temporal punishment for those sins is remitted The indulgences can also be given to the souls in purgatory
plenary indulgence
An indulgence that remits the full temporal punishment incurred by a sinner
self indulgence
gratification of desires, treating oneself to luxuries
Self-indulgence is the act of allowing yourself to have or do the things that you enjoy very much. Going to the movies in the afternoon is one of my big self-indulgences
immoderate indulgence of bodily appetites
an inability to resist the gratification of whims and desires