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be a bit much

informal
to be a situation, or type of behaviour that is unreasonable, or more than you can deal with: I thought being asked to miss my lunch was a bit much.
Translations of “be a bit much”
in Chinese (Traditional) 過分, 不公平, 不合理…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过分, 不公平, 不合理…
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