noun. Italian.
The capacity to endure with serenity.

Which, of course, does not mean you are not internally screaming; however it is critical that you may not be outwardly screaming, or appear to be internally screaming.

ety. Latin: patientia; ultimately, Greek: pathos “suffering.”

Related: grazie.

e.g.

“I accepted the revisions from my adviser with great pazienza.”

 

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