excessive

[ɪkˈsesɪv] [ɛkˈsɛsɪv]

adj. 过多的,过分的;极度的

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

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adj /ɪkˈsesɪv/

过多的;过高的;过度的;过量的;过分的

搭配:[+ amount, level, force, use, consumption, speed, spending, drinking, exercise, anxiety, optimism, stress]

  • They believe their children are being given excessive amounts of homework.

    他们认为自己孩子的家庭作业量过重。

  • problems caused by the excessive amounts of alcohol he usually drinks

    他常常酗酒所造成的问题

  • Dental erosion in adults can be due to excessive consumption of fruits and fruit juices.

    成人患牙侵蚀症可能是由于吃水果或喝果汁过多造成的。

  • Excessive speed is implicated in 82% of all road-traffic accidents.

    82%的公路交通事故和超速驾驶有关。

  • the alleged use of excessive force by police

    警方涉嫌滥用武力

  • a culture of excessive drinking at universities

    大学中的酗酒文化

  • Excessive exercise plays havoc with female athletes' reproductive systems.

    过量运动对女性运动员的生殖系统造成了严重破坏。

  • if you suffer from excessive anxiety

    如果你深受过度焦虑之苦

  • This can lead to excessive optimism.

    这可能会导致过度乐观的情绪。

  • I don't think the punishment was excessive.

    我认为这一惩罚并不过分。

英英释义

adj.
beyond normal limits
unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings

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