Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Patience"

The meaning of "Patience" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You'll always have my patience. mean?
A: Yes, it's common to say something like "You'll always have my support", but it's unusual to use this with "patience" because we don't typically think of it as something given to other people. Nevertheless, it's correct and it makes sense by analogy with similar set expressions.
Q: What does knocked off patience mean?
A: @Haru_Shi Ah, I see!

"Knocked off"は色々な意味があるけどこんな使い方がとても珍しいと思います。

Because they say they patients are "schizophrenic", "apathetic" and "slow", I think in this context "knocked off" means someone who is dumb, sleepy and not mentally sharp.
Q: What does “The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others.” mean?
A: Means if you know yourself deeply, (you will know that you have a lot of mistakes, vices), then when you see them in the other people, you will have more patience to them
Q: What does out of patience mean?
A: It means that you have wait for something for too long and you are not happy you have to wait so long and you dont want to wait
Q: What does I am running out of patience mean?
A: It means your tired of waiting.

Example sentences using "Patience"

Q: Please show me example sentences with deplete
She is depleting my patience
Does this sound natural?.
A: Your sentence is correct!
You can also say something like "The energy is depleted." I don't see the word used often, except in superhero or sci-fi shows, haha. "Drained" is much more natural.
Q: Please show me example sentences with patience.
A: I had to have a lot of patience when I found out my girlfriend was late to dinner.

Even though my son was acting badly, I remembered my patience and remained calm.

The restaurant was very busy, and I had to have a lot of patience while waiting for my food.
Q: Please show me example sentences with patience.
A: Examples;

Please have patience.

His patience was running thin as he waited for hours and hours.

With a little more patience, you would have succeeded.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lose patience.
A: Stop getting distracted! I'm beginning to lose patience with you.

Synonyms of "Patience" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have much more patience than you think and I have long more patience than you think ?
A: 'long more patience' doesn't make any sense. I have much more patience is the correct structure :)
Q: What is the difference between I can't be patience it anymore and I can't take it anymore and I can't stand it anymore ?
A: they are the same but different tune
Q: What is the difference between patience and patient ?
A: i was really confused
Q: What is the difference between patience and patient
patience and patient ?
A: Patience is a noun
Patient is an adjective
Example:
"I am not patient."
"I have no patience."
"You gotta have some patience!"
Q: What is the difference between patience waiting and patient waiting and patiently waiting ?
A: "someone is patiently waiting" is action. "please be patient waiting" is saying be patient when you are waiting and patience waiting is not grammatically correct

Translations of "Patience"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I don't have patience that much." is this correct?
A:
"I don't have that much patience."
"I don't have much patience."
"I am impatient."
"I am very impatient."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? patience
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? patience
A: Patience
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? patience
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Thank you for your continued patience and tolerance to give, I hope this year we can continue to cooperate happily. Here I wish you good health, good luck and much happiness throughout the year.
A: Is wish for boss :)

Other questions about "Patience"

Q: I don't have patience to go through what she said. does this sound natural?
A: It does create some confusion as to what you are really trying to say.
If someone is suggesting you do something, you would say 'I don't have the patience to go through with what she said'.
Q: "Thank you for your patience." is this expression too formal?
A: It depends on the situation. If you are at work and are speaking to a customer/client or your boss/coworker, it would be fitting. If you're talking to your best friend, it's a little too formal.

To a friend, you might say, "Sorry to keep you waiting." "Thanks for waiting." "Sorry that took so long."
Q: Can you do it a little faster? I am running out of patience. does this sound natural?
A: I can understand everything you are saying, but your accent is very obvious and does not sound native
Q: Who have patience these days? OR Who has patience these days?
A: @PurePureMilk: who has patience these days?
Q: Thank you for your patience during my friends visiting. does this sound natural?
A: Thank you for your patience while my friends were visiting.

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