Definition of tolerability in English:

tolerability

noun

  • See tolerable

    • ‘This will reduce ‘trial and error’ prescribing and improve the efficacy and tolerability of medicines.’
    • ‘Duration of treatment varied from six weeks to 10 years; shorter trials assessed symptomatic control and tolerability, and longer trials assessed disease progression and mortality.’
    • ‘Overall tolerability was similar between the two classes of drugs, but atypical agents caused fewer extrapyramidal side effects.’
    • ‘Lower initial doses are needed to improve tolerability.’
    • ‘Safety and tolerability were good, with no drug-related adverse events or changes in clinical or laboratory parameters.’

Pronunciation

tolerability

/tɒl(ə)rəˈbɪlɪti/