too much
  • IPA: /tu ˈmʌtʃ/
  • (British)

too much (not comparable)

  1. To a greater extent than is wanted or required; excessively.
    You talk too much.
  2. To a sufficiently strong degree to prevent some other action from happening.
    I'm not leaving now ... I'm enjoying myself too much!
  • French: trop
  • German: zu viel
  • Italian: troppo
  • Portuguese: demais
  • Russian: сли́шком мно́го (slíškom mnógo) (usually of quantity), сли́шком
  • Spanish: demasiado, en demasía
  1. More (of something) than is desirable or required.
    You ate too much cake at the party, and that's why you feel sick.
  2. (in negative constructions) Much; even a moderate amount.
    They call it a beach, but there isn't too much sand there.

too much (not comparable)

  1. (informal) Amusing; entertaining.
    Oh, my dear, you really are too much.

too much (uncountable)

  1. A quantity which is excessive to the point of being inappropriate, harmful, or overwhelming.
    You expect too much from your employees.
  2. Something that is absurdly funny or inappropriate.
    You really are too much!
  1. An expression of satisfaction.
    Too much, man! That was great!

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