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Dictionary French English: Too

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SYNO   excessively | overly | to a fault ... 
aussi {adv}
too [also]
trop {adv}
too [excessively]
exagérément {adv}too [excessively]
2 Words: Others
exagérément {adv}all too
par trop {adv} [littéraire]far too
avant terme {adv}too early
trop tardivement {adv}too late
de trop {adv}too many
trop de {adv}too many
trop de {adv}too much
avant terme {adv}too soon
3 Words: Others
C'est pas trop tôt ! [fam.]About time (too)! [idiom]
C'est trop cher.It's too expensive.
trop de mondetoo many people
3 Words: Verbs
baîller [chaussure]to be too loose [shoe]
pécher par orgueilto be too proud
exagérerto go too far
commettre des excèsto go too far
dépasser la mesureto go too far
dépasser les bornes [fig.]to go too far
dépasser les limites [fig.]to go too far
tomber dans l'excèsto go too far
abuser [exagérer]to go too far [fig.]
charrier [fam.]to go too far [fig.] [coll.]
pousser qc. trop lointo push sth. too far
4 Words: Others
C'était trop tard.It was too late.
Ce n'est pas fameux. [fam.]It's not too good.
C'est trop demander.That's asking too much.
trop parfumé {adj} [personne]wearing too much perfume
Vous êtes trop gentil.You are too kind.
4 Words: Verbs
en demander trop à qn.to ask too much of sb.
exiger trop de qn./qc.to ask too much of sb./sth.
être (trop) indulgent envers qn.to be (too) soft on sb. [indulgent]
méd. battre la breloque [fam.] [cœur]to be none too good [e.g. heart]
se montrer trop familier avec qn.to be too familiar with sb.
être faible avec qn.to be too soft on sb.
pousser le bouchon un peu loin [expression]to carry things too far
exiger trop peu de qn./sth.to demand too little from sb./sth.
exiger trop de qn./qc.to demand too much of sb./sth.
exiger trop de qn./qc.to expect too much of sb./sth.
avoir trop buto have drunk too much
être mal fichu [fam.] [locution] [ne pas être très en forme]to not feel too well [coll.] [idiom]
5+ Words: Others
C'était trop pénible à supporter.It was too painful to bear.
Tant mieux ! [fam.]It's a good job too!
Tant mieux ! [fam.]It's a good thing too!
C'est un peu cher.It's a little bit too expensive.
C'est trop risqué, je ne marche pas. [fam.]It's too risky, count me out.
La vie est trop courte pour boire du mauvais vin. [loc.] [aussi fig.]Life is too short to drink bad wine. [idiom] [also fig.]
loc. C'est mal parti. [fam.]Things don't look too good. [coll.]
Cette fois il est allé trop loin !This time he's gone too far!
On n'est jamais trop prudent.You can't be too careful.
On ne peut être à la fois au four et au moulin. [loc.]You can't have your cake and eat it too. [idiom]
Tu t'y es pris trop tard pour faire qc.You left it too late to do sth.
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir une heure d'avanceto be too early by an hour
pousser le perfectionnisme à l'extrêmeto be too much of a perfectionist
avoir les chevilles qui enflent [fam.] [loc.]to get too big for one's boots [coll.] [idiom]
avoir les chevilles qui enflent [fam.] [loc.]to get too big for one's britches [coll.] [idiom]
être un peu poussé [loc.]to go a bit too far
brûler les étapesto go too far too fast
tenir une bonne cuite [fam.] [loc.]to have had one too many [idiom] [to be drunk]
tenir une sacrée cuite [fam.] [loc.]to have had one too many [idiom] [to be drunk]
avoir un coup dans l'aile [fam.] [loc.]to have had one too many [idiom] [to be drunk]
être pompette [fam.]to have had one too many [to be drunk]
être au four et au moulin [loc.]to have one's cake and eat it (too) [idiom]
avoir l'embarras du choixto have too much to choose from
viser trop haut [fig.]to set one's sights too high
chercher trop à plaireto try too hard to be liked
loc. vouloir le beurre et l'argent du beurreto want to have one's cake and eat it too
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F L'Homme qui en savait tropThe Man Who Knew Too Much [Alfred Hitchcock]
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