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excessively

Pronunciation: /ɪkˈsesɪvli/

Translation of excessively in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • 1.1 (to excess) [worry/praise] en exceso, demasiado; [concerned/severe/optimistic] excesivamente, exageradamente 1.2 (extremely) [ugly/unhelpful] extremadamente
    Example sentences
    • Except when snoring excessively at 4am and inducing me to acts of violence with a steak knife.
    • Opponents of tax competition point out that certain groups in society may be harmed excessively by tax competition.
    • The excessively rainy weather was troubling lambing in Wigglesworth.

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