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too much

Definition of too much in English:

An intolerable, impossible, or exhausting situation or experience: the effort proved too much for her
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  • Their outstanding quality was a little bit too much for us and it was a fair result.
  • It is too much for us lesser mortals to understand fully what we are supporting and why.
  • Is it too much to ask to have a little drama surrounding my entrance into the world?
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