Definition of 'a bit much'
Example sentences containing 'a bit much'
"I've always fancied myself a brilliant warrior, Tarja, but odds of ten to one are a bit much, even for me.TREASON KEEP (2001) SOMEBODY (2001)
`And I took for granted things were a bit much for her last night and she was sleeping in," Pete said.COME AND BE KILLED (2001)
Definition of a bit much from the Collins English Dictionary
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