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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  • Flaming and TMI (Too Much Information) syndrome, or more technically disinhibition, may be two side effects as a result of the virtual anonymity the Internet provides.
  • That, my friend, is TMI.
  • At the risk of being TMI, I've just had to perform skillfull surgery on my undergarments in the ladies' loo between meetings using a particularly sharp pen and a rubber band.

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