Definition of TMI in English:


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  • Too much information (used to indicate that someone has revealed personal information of an embarrassing nature): each cough was having a rather disastrous effect on my bladder (sorry, TMI!)
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    • The personal posts are a little bit what people in cyberspace call TMI (too much information), but then again, that's Jennifer, funny–gross, defiantly imperfect.
    • Displaying remarkable endurance in the field of TMI, Duvall went on in this vein for quite some time.
    • (FYI, buy me a large gin 'n' tonic and I'll tell you as many TMI things as your heart desires).

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