简明英汉词典

excessive
[ik5sesiv]
adj.
过多的, 过分的, 额外

美国传统词典[双解]

excessive
ex.ces.sive
AHD:[1k-sμs“1v]
D.J.[ik6sesiv]
K.K.[!k6sWs!v]
adj.(形容词)
Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
过量的:超过正常的、通常的、合理的或正当界限的

继承用法

excessively
adv.(副词)

excessiveness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

excessiveexorbitantextravagantimmoderateinordinateextremeunreasonable

(2)

These adjectives mean exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
这些形容词意思是超过了正常的、平常的、合理的或正当的限制。

(3)

Excessive describes a quantity, an amount, or a degree that is more than what is justifiable, tolerable, or desirable:
Excessive 用来形容数量或程度超过了正当的、可忍受的或想要的限度:
excessive speed;
超速;
excessive drinking.
酗酒。

(4)

Exorbitant usually refers to a quantity or degree that far exceeds what is customary or fair:
Exorbitant 通常指数量或程度远超过习惯上的或公正的限度:
exorbitant interest rates;
过高的利润率;
an exorbitant price.
过高的价格。

(5)

Extravagant sometimes specifies excessive or unwise expenditure of money (
Extravagant 有时描述过分或不合理地金钱花费(
extravagant gifts); often it implies unbridled divergence from the bounds of reason or sound judgment (
奢侈的礼物); 它经常指远离合理或公正的界限(
extravagant claims;
过分的要求;
extravagant praise).
过分的赞扬)。

(6)

Immoderate denotes lack of due moderation:
Immoderate 指缺乏适度的节制:
immoderate expenses;
无节制的花费;
immoderate enthusiasm.
极端的热爱。

(7)

Inordinate implies an overstepping of bounds imposed by authority or dictated by good sense:
Inordinate 指超越了出于好意或由权威划定的界限:
inordinate vanity;
过度虚荣;
inordinate demands.
过分的需求。

(8)

Extreme suggests the utmost degree of excessiveness:
Extreme 意思是超过了最大的限度的:
extreme joy;
极度高兴;
extreme danger;
极端危险;
extreme opinions.
偏激的观点。

(9)

Unreasonable applies to what exceeds reasonable limits:
Unreasonable 指超过了合理的限度:
charged an unreasonable rent;
收取不合理的租金;
made an unreasonable request.
提出不合理的要求。

现代英汉词典

excessive
[Ik5sesIv]
adj.
过度的;极端的
The food was bad and the bill was excessive in this restaurant.
"这家餐馆饭菜很糟,但价钱又很贵。"

现代英汉综合大辞典

excessive
[ik5sesiv]
adj.

(1)

过度[量, 分, 大]的

(2)

份外的, 额外的

(3)

非常的, 格外的, 极端的
excessive possession of ball
(守门员)持球时间过长
excessive shot
多射(发射次数超过规定)

继承用法

excessively
[Ik5sesIvlI]
adv.

excessiveness
n.

用法词典

excessive
excess+ -ive形容词后缀

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

excessive
过度

美国传统词典

excessive
ex.ces.sive
AHD:[1k-sμs“1v]
D.J.[ik6sesiv]
K.K.[!k6sWs!v]
adj.
Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.

继承用法

excessively
adv.

excessiveness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

excessive, exorbitant, extravagant, immoderate, inordinate, extreme, unreasonable

(2)

These adjectives mean exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.

(3)

Excessive describes a quantity, an amount, or a degree that is more than what is justifiable, tolerable, or desirable:
excessive speed;
excessive drinking.

(4)

Exorbitant usually refers to a quantity or degree that far exceeds what is customary or fair:
exorbitant interest rates;
an exorbitant price.

(5)

Extravagant sometimes specifies excessive or unwise expenditure of money (
extravagant gifts); often it implies unbridled divergence from the bounds of reason or sound judgment (
extravagant claims;
extravagant praise).

(6)

Immoderate denotes lack of due moderation:
immoderate expenses;
immoderate enthusiasm.

(7)

Inordinate implies an overstepping of bounds imposed by authority or dictated by good sense:
inordinate vanity;
inordinate demands.

(8)

Extreme suggests the utmost degree of excessiveness:
extreme joy;
extreme danger;
extreme opinions.

(9)

Unreasonable applies to what exceeds reasonable limits:
charged an unreasonable rent;
made an unreasonable request.

英汉船舶大词典

excessive
n.过冬停泊

英汉航空大词典

excessive
n.过多的,过分的

英汉化学大词典

excessive
adj.过度的,极度的,非常的

英汉海运大词典

excessive
过剩的,过量的极端的

基本词义

excessive
过剩的,过量的,过度的极端的

基本词义

excessive
-a. : 过剩的,过量的,过度的极端的

英汉计算机大词典

excessive
adj.过度的(极度的,非常的

英汉机械大词典

excessive
adj.过度,过度的

英汉建筑大词典

excessive
adj.过度的,极度的,非常的

英汉医学大词典

excessive
n.过多的,过分的

英汉中医大词典

excessive
n.亢,旺,实

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