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excess

noun
 
 
/ɪkˈses/
[U, no plural] more of something than is usual or needed
nadmiar
An excess of oil on the markets has caused prices to fall sharply.Too much and unnecessary
in excess of sth more than a particular amount or level
ponad coś , powyżej czegoś
He earns in excess of £60,000 a year.Large in number or quantity
do sth to excess to do something too much
robić coś przesadnie lub do przesady
He occasionally has a beer, but he never drinks to excess.Too much and unnecessary
Translations of “excess”
in Korean 초과…
in Arabic زِيادة…
in French excès, trop (de), excédent…
in Italian eccesso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過分, 過量, 過度…
in Russian избыток…
in Turkish aşırılık, bolluk…
in Spanish exceso, excedente…
in Portuguese excesso…
in German das Übermaß, die Mehrsumme…
in Catalan excés…
in Japanese 超過…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过分, 过量, 过度…
(Definition of excess noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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