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humour, dissimulate

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4716 suffer-fools
#auslan-signbank #b92.directional #phonology.onehand
As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To experience a situation or a person, especially a foolish person, that is unpleasant in some way, while trying to hide your feelings of irritation or pain. English = humour someone, dissimulate. Idiomatic English = suffer fools, grin and bear it. Interactive: 1. Used alone to express your irritation, annoyance and exasperation, to a third person, with what someone has just said or done, usually without them seeing you do this.