excessively

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Englisch - Türkisch
aşırı

Aşırı sigara içmekten sakının. - Avoid smoking excessively.

haddinden fazla
çok fazla

O çok fazla sigara içiyor. - She smokes excessively.

(Politika, Siyaset) abartarak
(Politika, Siyaset) aşırı şekilde
aşırı olarak
fazlaca
aşırı bir şekilde
aşırı derecede
ifrat derecede
excessive
aşırı

Suyu ölçüsüz ve aşırı miktarda içmek su zehirlenmesi ile sonuçlanabilir, potansiyel olarak ölümcül bir durum. - Drinking excessive and extreme amounts of water can result in water intoxication, a potentially fatal condition.

Aşırı sigara içmek sağlığa zarar verir. - Excessive smoking will injure your health.

excess
{i} fazlalık
excess
{i} aşırılık
excess
{i} aşırıya kaçma

Kibarlığın aşırıya kaçması can sıkıcı. - Excess of politeness is annoying.

excessively sentimental
aşırı duygusal
excessively cautious
aşırı temkinli
excessively interested in sex
aşırı cinsel ilgi
excessively jealous
çok kıskanç
excess
artan
excessive
{s} fazla

Tom haddinden fazla gürültü hakkında şikayet etti. - Tom complained about the excessive noise.

O çok fazla sigara içiyor. - She smokes excessively.

excessive
{s} azgın
excess
taşkınlık
excessive
{s} lüzumsuz
excessive
(Tıp) Fazla aşırı
excess
katma
excess
tecavüz
excess
ziyadesiyle
excess
aşırı

Aşırı sigara içmek sağlığa zarar verir. - Excessive smoking will injure your health.

Aşırı düşkünlük çocuğu şımarttı. - Excessive indulgence spoiled the child.

excess
abartı
excessive
ziyade
excessive
müthiş
excessive
(Ticaret) çok büyük
excessive
aşkın
too much
gırla gitmek
too much
aşırı

Mary aşırı makyaj yapıyor. - Mary wears too much makeup.

too much
fazla gelmek
too much
çok gelmek
too much
ziyade
too much
çok fazla miktarda
breathe excessively
sık nefes al
excess
çok fazla

Çok fazla yememelisin. - You shouldn't eat to excess.

O çok fazla sigara içiyor. - She smokes excessively.

excess
ölçüsüz

Suyu ölçüsüz ve aşırı miktarda içmek su zehirlenmesi ile sonuçlanabilir, potansiyel olarak ölümcül bir durum. - Drinking excessive and extreme amounts of water can result in water intoxication, a potentially fatal condition.

excess
ek
excess
artık
excess
çok

Çok fazla yememelisin. - You shouldn't eat to excess.

O çok fazla sigara içiyor. - She smokes excessively.

excess
haddinden fazla

Tom haddinden fazla gürültü hakkında şikayet etti. - Tom complained about the excessive noise.

excessive
çok fazla

O çok fazla sigara içiyor. - She smokes excessively.

over-
fazla
over-
üstün
over-
üstünde
over-
(önek) aşırı
excessive
{s} haddinden fazla

Tom haddinden fazla gürültü hakkında şikayet etti. - Tom complained about the excessive noise.

all too
Tüm çok
excess
ifrat
excessive
aşire
excessive
asır
over-
aşırı
regulate excessively
aşırı düzenler
breathe excessively
sık nefes almak
excess
mevki farkı
excess
excessluggage fazla bagaj
excess
{i} fazla

Ciğerlerinde fazla su vardı. - He had excess water in his lungs.

Çok fazla yememelisin. - You shouldn't eat to excess.

excess
{i} ölçüsüzlük
excess
drink to excess içkiyi fazla kaçırmak
excess
excess fare bilet ücret farkı
excess
excess profits tax fazla kazanç vergisi
excess
on
excess
in excess of fazla
excess
ilave
excess
carcur
excessive
{s} taşkın
excessive
{s} fahiş
excessive
{s} ölçüsüz

Suyu ölçüsüz ve aşırı miktarda içmek su zehirlenmesi ile sonuçlanabilir, potansiyel olarak ölümcül bir durum. - Drinking excessive and extreme amounts of water can result in water intoxication, a potentially fatal condition.

excessive
ekstrem
excessive
hadinden fazla
so excessively
böylesine
spend excessively
yüklü harcama yapmak
too much
fazla: You've given me too much change. Bana fazla para verdin. Don't eat too much. Fazla yeme. They praise him too much. Onu fazla övüyorlar
too much
çok pahalı
Englisch - Englisch
To an excessive degree

The application form was excessively complicated.

In excess

He smoked excessively.

in an extreme manner, immoderately, beyond normal bounds
{a} exceedingly, eminently, vastly
to an excessive degree; "too big"
to an excessive degree; "too big
consumedly
too much

You talk too much.

all too
excess
The degree or amount by which one thing or number exceeds another; remainder; as, the difference between two numbers is the excess of one over the other

That kills me with excess of grief, this with excess of joy. - Walsh.

excess
The state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure beyond sufficiency, necessity, or duty; that which exceeds what is usual or proper; immoderateness; superfluity; superabundance; extravagance; as, an excess of provisions or of light

To gild refined gold, to paint the lily, To throw a perfume on the violet, ... Is wasteful and ridiculous excess. - Shakespeare.

excess
A condition on an insurance policy by which the insured pays for the first part of any claim, in exchange for a lower premium
excessively.
over-
excess
redundance
excess
that which passes the ordinary, proper, or required limit, measure, or experience
excess
{n} superfluity, intemperance, violence
excessive
{a} exceeding just bounds, vehement
Excess
excedent
Excess
bogart
Excess
gumpth
Excessive
woundy
excess
Should you make an insurance claim under your building or contents policy then an agreed amount may have to be contributed by yourself For example, many policies have an excess of £1000 for subsidence claims in which case the claimant would have to pay a £1000 contribution to the cost of the work
excess
Property which is not needed by a department but may be needed by other departments at Carnegie Mellon
excess
Excess is used to describe amounts that are greater than what is needed, allowed, or usual. After cooking the fish, pour off any excess fat = surplus
excess
the first portion of any claim that the insured agrees to pay
excess
Coverage that applies only after some other policy has paid its full policy Limit This may result from policy structure, such as in the case of an Excess Liability or Umbrella policy, or as a result of two policies applying to the same loss (See Primary)
excess
{i} overabundance, surplus; overindulgence, immoderation
excess
more than enough, as in: We gave our excess fruit to our neighbors
excess
Applies to an insurance claim and is simply the first part of any claim that must be covered by yourself This can range from £50 to £1000 or higher Increasing your excess can significantly reduce your premium On the other hand, a waiver can sometimes be paid to eliminate any excess at all Always check the excess in your policy
excess
In excess of means more than a particular amount. Avoid deposits in excess of £20,000 in any one account
excess
the state of being more than full
excess
Excess is behaviour that is unacceptable because it is considered too extreme or immoral. She said she was sick of her life of excess. adolescent excess
excess
The amount of money you need to pay on some insurance policies when making a claim
excess
a quantity much larger than is needed
excess
The part of the claim for which you are responsible For example ë£250 excess each and every claimí means that you will be responsible for paying the first £250 of each and every claim
excess
A fixed amount of money which the insured agrees to contribute toward the cost of a claim under an insurance policy
excess
Excess is used to refer to additional amounts of money that need to be paid for services and activities that were not originally planned or taken into account. a letter demanding an excess fare of £20
excess
Spherical excess, the amount by which the sum of the three angles of a spherical triangle exceeds two right angles. The spherical excess is proportional to the area of the triangle
excess
Applies to an insurance claim and is the first part of any claim that must be paid for by yourself
excess
immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits a quantity much larger than is needed more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it was supererogatory of her to gloat"; "delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words"; "extra ribs as well as other supernumerary internal parts"; "surplus cheese distributed to the needy
excess
An insured is in surplus when net provable losses less coinsurance exceed the policy's primary loss The insured would be owed a claim settlement under this situation
excess
more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it was supererogatory of her to gloat"; "delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words"; "extra ribs as well as other supernumerary internal parts"; "surplus cheese distributed to the needy"
excess
insurance Coverage which becomes available to the insured only above a stipulated amount of loss, or only after any other applicable insurance has been exhausted
excess
The amount of a claim a policy holder has to pay if he or she suffers a loss
excess
The initial sum you have to pay on an insurance claim
excess
The excess on an insurance policy is a sum of money which the insured person has to pay towards the cost of a claim. The insurance company pays the rest. The company wanted £1,800 for a policy with a £400 excess for under-21s
excess
disapproval If you do something to excess, you do it too much. I was reasonably fit, played a lot of tennis, and didn't smoke or drink to excess
excess
You will be required to pay this amount on any claim you make A high excess can make small claims impractical Always check this and go for the lowest you can find
excess
generally refers to too much heat, cold, damp, yin or yang
excess
Property that is no longer required for the needs of the Laboratories Property that is determined to be excess is made available to other areas within a Laboratory and to Government and state agencies, or is sold Equipment processed as excess ranges from that which is new and highly valued to scrap material that will be sold for the value of its material content
excess
An undue indulgence of the appetite; transgression of proper moderation in natural gratifications; intemperance; dissipation
excess
The money you must pay towards a claim
excess
Going over the prescribed amount or degree e g excess luggage is luggage of which the weight is over the weight for free carriage
excess
excessive indulgence; "the child was spoiled by overindulgence"
excess
Equipment no longer required by the U S Army
excess
An excess of something is a larger amount than is needed, allowed, or usual. An excess of house plants in a small flat can be oppressive Polyunsaturated oils are essential for health. Excess is harmful, however
excess
The excess of a Hadamard matrix is the sum of its elements
excess
EXCESS / DEDUCTIBLEThe amount of your claim you have to pay before your insurance cover kicks in See Deductible
excess
immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits
excess
{s} extra, leftover, superfluous, above and beyond
excessive
plethoric
excessive
hyper
excessive
Exceeding the usual bounds of something; extravagant; immoderate
excessive
unrestrained in especially feelings; "extravagant praise"; "exuberant compliments"; "overweening ambition"; "overweening greed
excessive
unrestrained in especially feelings; "extravagant praise"; "exuberant compliments"; "overweening ambition"; "overweening greed"
excessive
{s} immoderate, exceeding normal bounds, extreme
excessive
beyond normal limits; "excessive charges"; "a book of inordinate length"; "his dress stops just short of undue elegance"; "unreasonable demands" unrestrained in especially feelings; "extravagant praise"; "exuberant compliments"; "overweening ambition"; "overweening greed
excessive
beyond normal limits; "excessive charges"; "a book of inordinate length"; "his dress stops just short of undue elegance"; "unreasonable demands"
excessive
Characterized by, or exhibiting, excess; overmuch
excessive
disapproval If you describe the amount or level of something as excessive, you disapprove of it because it is more or higher than is necessary or reasonable. the alleged use of excessive force by police The government says that local authority spending is excessive. + excessively ex·ces·sive·ly Managers are also accused of paying themselves excessively high salaries Mum had started taking pills and drinking excessively. much more than is reasonable or necessary
Türkisch - Englisch
excessively
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