'to excess' 的定义
含 to excess的例句
You are just one of the young women we are seeing for offences of violence, particularly after drinking to excess. The Sun (2016)People who continually drink to excess are playing roulette with their health. The Sun (2013)Paramedics must feel angry at having their time and skills wasted on people who drink to excess. The Sun (2011)We wouldn't dream of doing anything like drugs or drinking to excess. The Sun (2015)The festive season is a time for singing carols, exchanging gifts and eating and drinking to excess. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Those who could correctly recall alcohol brands were more than twice as likely to have had an alcoholic drink and were more likely to drink to excess. Times, Sunday Times (2014)WE should discourage drinking to excess, not encourage it. The Sun (2014)My husband likes his wine and he decided they had something in common - in my view it was that they both drink to excess. The Sun (2013)Drugs and drink had followed to excess, ending with a motorcycle accident which had left scars that could be seen on his body to this day. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)Instead, it recorded mainly the grim effects of a life spent on the road, partying and drinking to excess. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
to excess 的定义—— 柯林斯 英语词典
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