excesivo


excesivo
adj.
1 excessive, beyond measure, unconscionable, immoderate.
2 hypernomic.
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excesivo
adjetivo
1 excessive
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(f. - excesiva)
adj.
excessive
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ADJ excessive

con generosidad excesiva — overgenerously

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adjetivo excessive

el precio me parece excesivo — the price seems excessive to me

llevaba un peso excesivo — it was overloaded o overweight

no mostró excesivo entusiasmo — he wasn't overly enthusiastic

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= excessive, overwide [over-wide], overkill, unreasonable, inordinate, extortionate, unconscionable, overabundant, bloated, over-the-top, outrageous, excess.
Ex. Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
Ex. Overall, neither system proved ideal: LEXINET was deficient as regards lack of accessibility and excessive ambiguity; while the manual system gave rise to an over-wide variation of terms.
Ex. Full USMARC is overkill for many library operations.
Ex. However, in general, it is unreasonable to expect a user to know the ISBN of a book.
Ex. Sometimes cataloguers will spend an inordinate length of time searching for the best heading.
Ex. This is an important and interesting book, but given that much of the material has previously been published, the price seems extortionate.
Ex. Slowly -- but not without sustained and unconscionable injustices to Native and African Americans -- the United States grew from a republic into a more inclusive democracy.
Ex. He contends, however, that the seemingly formless, overabundant, inchoate texture of the novel might also suggest a valid mode for the novelization of slavery.
Ex. They are are notorious for their inefficiency, conservatism, bloated bureaucracy, and obsoleteness.
Ex. It seems all Hollywood can do now is take an original classic and flog it to death with over-the-top special effects.
Ex. There must be few other ways of leaving oneself so vulnerable to the slings and arrows of outrageous (or outraged) critics.
Ex. The aim of the present study is to examine whether work-related factors contribute to excess male mortality.
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* capacidad excesiva = overcapacity [over-capacity].
* carga excesiva = overload.
* consumidor excesivo = overspender [over-spender].
* dependencia excesiva = over reliance [over-reliance].
* de un modo excesivo = extortionately.
* énfasis excesivo = overemphasis [over-emphasis].
* estimulación excesiva = overstimulation.
* estímulo excesivo = overstimulation.
* precio excesivo = steep price.
* simplificación excesiva = oversimplification [over-simplification].
* uso excesivo = prodigality.
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adjetivo excessive

el precio me parece excesivo — the price seems excessive to me

llevaba un peso excesivo — it was overloaded o overweight

no mostró excesivo entusiasmo — he wasn't overly enthusiastic

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= excessive, overwide [over-wide], overkill, unreasonable, inordinate, extortionate, unconscionable, overabundant, bloated, over-the-top, outrageous, excess.

Ex: Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.

Ex: Overall, neither system proved ideal: LEXINET was deficient as regards lack of accessibility and excessive ambiguity; while the manual system gave rise to an over-wide variation of terms.
Ex: Full USMARC is overkill for many library operations.
Ex: However, in general, it is unreasonable to expect a user to know the ISBN of a book.
Ex: Sometimes cataloguers will spend an inordinate length of time searching for the best heading.
Ex: This is an important and interesting book, but given that much of the material has previously been published, the price seems extortionate.
Ex: Slowly -- but not without sustained and unconscionable injustices to Native and African Americans -- the United States grew from a republic into a more inclusive democracy.
Ex: He contends, however, that the seemingly formless, overabundant, inchoate texture of the novel might also suggest a valid mode for the novelization of slavery.
Ex: They are are notorious for their inefficiency, conservatism, bloated bureaucracy, and obsoleteness.
Ex: It seems all Hollywood can do now is take an original classic and flog it to death with over-the-top special effects.
Ex: There must be few other ways of leaving oneself so vulnerable to the slings and arrows of outrageous (or outraged) critics.
Ex: The aim of the present study is to examine whether work-related factors contribute to excess male mortality.
* capacidad excesiva = overcapacity [over-capacity].
* carga excesiva = overload.
* consumidor excesivo = overspender [over-spender].
* dependencia excesiva = over reliance [over-reliance].
* de un modo excesivo = extortionately.
* énfasis excesivo = overemphasis [over-emphasis].
* estimulación excesiva = overstimulation.
* estímulo excesivo = overstimulation.
* precio excesivo = steep price.
* simplificación excesiva = oversimplification [over-simplification].
* uso excesivo = prodigality.

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excesivo -va
adjective
excessive
30 euros me parece excesivo 30 euros seems excessive to me
el camión llevaba un peso excesivo the truck was overloaded o overweight
el celo excesivo con que protege a sus hijos her over-protective attitude toward(s) her children
no mostró excesivo entusiasmo por el proyecto he wasn't overly enthusiastic o he didn't show a great deal of enthusiasm about the project
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excesivo adjetivo
excessive
excesivo,-a adjetivo excessive
'excesivo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
brutal
- derroche
- etílica
- etílico
- excesiva
- faraónica
- faraónico
- fuerte
- tremenda
- tremendo
- abuso
- exagerado
English:
excessive
- exorbitant
- extravagant
- fulsome
- hard
- immoderate
- inflated
- punitive
- steep
- undue
- unreasonable
- extortionate
- inordinate
- loosely
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excesivo, -a adj
excessive;
se pagan precios excesivos people pay inflated prices, Br people pay over the odds;
protegen al niño de un modo excesivo they are overprotective of the boy;
no tuvo excesiva suerte en semifinales she didn't do too well in the semifinals
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excesivo
adj excessive
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excesivo, -va adj
: excessive
excesivamente adv
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excesivo adj excessive

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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