Translation of stoicism in Spanish:

stoicism

estoicismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstoʊəˌsɪzəm//ˈstəʊɪsɪz(ə)m/

noun

  • 1

    (impassiveness)
    estoicismo masculine
    • Michele endured her long illness with stoicism, dignity and determination.
    • He accepts his responsibilities with a mixture of stoicism, patience and bewilderment.
    • That most shoulder this burden with little complaint says much for their courage and stoicism.
    • We're experts at turning a noble fiasco into a story about fortitude and stoicism.
    • Every victory was a blessing, every defeat accepted with stoicism.
    • It takes a certain kind of stoicism to endure such an extreme environment, and to flourish there.
    • Others will display stoicism, and still others would prefer to go fishing.
    • Past generations had much worse to deal with, but showed stoicism, forbearance and fortitude.
    • The hero will undergo various struggles in which you, the viewer, will be able to vicariously enjoy his stoicism while, of course, undergoing no pain.
    • Moving between past and present, writing with self restraint and stoicism, she reveals a history filled with pain.
    • Having lived under that cloud for so many years, most British travellers will accept the military presence with more stoicism than alarm.
    • The British traditionally accepted the cost of motoring with stoicism.
    • He almost lost not only his British optimism but his Germanic stoicism.
    • There are many personality traits traditionally associated with multi-million selling superstars, but stoicism is not one of them.
    • Throughout the two world wars and the decades following both of them, the lower classes were widely revered for their courage in battle and their stoicism in peace.
    • The United player kept his counsel, winning back public opinion with his stoicism in the face of the insults.
    • Yet to quote these entries out of context is to miss Derek's exhilarating sense of courage and stoicism when under the stress of physical and mental impairment.
    • The British public, and particularly those in London, have been rightly praised for drawing on reserves of stoicism and endurance.
    • Clearly, endurance here means much more than tightlipped stoicism.
    • A much more honest assessment comes from an American tourist friend who could not believe the calm and stoicism of ordinary Britons during the attacks.
  • 2Stoicism

    Philosophy
    estoicismo masculine