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excess

adjective [always before noun]     /ɪkˈses/
more than is usual or allowed: We had to pay $100 for excess baggage.Too much and unnecessary
Translations of “excess”
in Korean 초과의…
in Arabic فائض…
in Portuguese excesso…
in Catalan de més…
in Japanese 超過した…
in Italian eccedente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過多的, 多餘的,額外的…
in Russian излишний, превышающий норму…
in Turkish fazla, fazladan, ek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过多的, 多余的,额外的…
in Polish nadmierny, dodatkowy…
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