stoical en Polaco
That would be stoical.
Parliament must therefore call upon the Commission to preserve a stoical calm and first of all discuss the content of EU policy.
I have complete faith that we will do so because, as the anthem of Madeira has taught me, 'the people of Madeira are humble, stoical and brave.
In conclusion, Prime Minister, I would say, do as your countryman Justus Lipsius advised: be stoical in adversity, embrace necessity and be constant in your faith in Europe.
The stoical philosophers say... if you remove the phrase, "I have been injured"... you have removed the injury.
Without any doubt, the poet who is quoted most often is Quevedo (never mentioned as a prose writer), and only the Quevedo at his most neo-stoical; therefore, practically all of the references from this author pertain to his translation of Epictetus.
seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain; impassive: unemotional, stoic