English translation of 'excessivo'
excessivoexcessiva [eseˈsivu, a]
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'excessivo' in Other Languages
British English: excessive /ɪkˈsɛsɪv/ ADJECTIVE
If something is excessive, it is too great in amount or degree.
...the use of excessive force by police.
- American English: excessive
- Arabic: مُفْرِط
- Brazilian Portuguese: excessivo
- Chinese: 过多的
- Croatian: pretjeran
- Czech: nadměrný
- Danish: overdreven
- Dutch: buitensporig
- European Spanish: excesivo
- Finnish: liiallinen
- French: excessif
- German: übermäßig
- Greek: υπέρμετρος
- Italian: eccessivo
- Japanese: 度を超えた
- Korean: 과도한
- Norwegian: overdreven
- Polish: nadmierny
- European Portuguese: excessivo
- Romanian: exagerat
- Russian: избыточный
- Spanish: excesivo
- Swedish: överdriven
- Thai: ซึ่งมากเกินความจำเป็น
- Turkish: aşırı
- Ukrainian: надмірний
- Vietnamese: quá mức
British English: excess ADJECTIVE
Excess is used to describe amounts that are greater than what is needed, allowed, or usual.
After cooking the fish, pour off any excess fat.
British English: undue ADJECTIVE
If you describe something bad as undue, you mean that it is greater or more extreme than you think is reasonable or appropriate.
This would help the families to survive the drought without undue suffering.
Translation of excessivo from the Collins Portuguese to English
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