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Spanish translation of “excess”

excess

noun /ikˈses/
the (act of) going beyond normal or suitable limits
exceso
He ate well, but not to excess.
an abnormally large amount
exceso
He had consumed an excess of alcohol.
an amount by which something is greater than something else
excedente
He found he had paid an excess of $5.00 over what was actually on the bill.
excessive /-siv/ adjective beyond what is right and proper
excesivo
The manager expects them to do an excessive amount of work.
excessively adverb
excesivamente
The prices in that restaurant are excessively expensive.
excessiveness noun
exceso
in excess of more than His salary is in excess of $125,000 a year.
(Definition of excess from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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