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English-German translation for: [excessive]
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Dictionary English German: [excessive]

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English German
undue {adj} [excessive]
371
übermäßig
fulsome {adj} [excessive]
327
übertrieben
undue {adj} [excessive]
102
übertrieben
overweening {adj} [excessive]
49
übertrieben
overweening {adj} [excessive]
39
maßlos
lavatorial {adj} [esp. Br.] [characterized by excessive mention of lavatories and the excretory functions]Fäkal- [z. B. Fäkalwitz, Fäkalhumor]
Verbs
electr. to fry sth. [coll.] [to destroy (electronic circuitry) with excessive heat or current]etw.Akk. durchschmoren [ugs.] [bes. Elektronik durch übermäßige Hitzeentwicklung zerstören]
Nouns
conceit [excessive pride in oneself]
1559
Einbildung {f} [Dünkel]
temerity [excessive boldness]
204
Dreistigkeit {f} [Kühnheit]
jag [esp. Am.] [coll.] [bout of unrestrained or excessive indulgence in alcohol or drugs]
158
Rausch {m} [Alkohol-, Drogenrausch]
blubber [coll.] [pej.] [excessive human fat]
45
Speck {m} [ugs.] [Fettpolster]
slush [coll.] [pej.] [excessive sentiment]
16
Schmalz {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [etwas übertrieben Gefühlvolles, Sentimentales]
stress [excessive strain]
12
Überanstrengung {f}
sclerosis [excessive resistance to change]
10
Verkalkung {f} [fig.] [Erstarrung, ausgeprägte Unfähigkeit zur Veränderung]
blubber [coll.] [pej.] [excessive human fat]
9
Schwabbelspeck {m} [ugs.] [Fettpolster]
psych. clinomania [excessive desire to stay in bed]
5
Bettsucht {f}
lit. theatre bardolatry [hum.] [excessive admiration of Shakespeare]Shakespeare-Kult {m} [auch: Shakespearekult]
lit. bibliolatry [excessive love of books]Bücherverehrung {f}
conceit [excessive pride in oneself]Krattel {m} [regional, bes. schwäb.] [auch: Grattel, Graddel] [Dünkel]
med. hyperorexia [excessive appetite]Hyperorexie {f} [Heißhunger]
med. hypersalivation [excessive production of saliva]Hypersalivation {f}
med. kyphosis [excessive backward curvature of the spine]Rückgratverkrümmung {f} nach hinten [Kyphose]
mouth [excessive or unwise talk]Gequassel {n}
Unverified overkill [excessive use of force in killing]Übertötung {f}
schwarmerei [excessive sentiment] [rare]Schwärmerei {f}
psych. tanorexia [coll.] [excessive outdoor sun tanning or excessive use of other skin tanning methods]Tanorexie {f}
2 Words: Verbs
to drool over sth. [coll.] [show excessive delight in sth.]eine kindische Freude an etw.Dat. haben / zeigen
2 Words: Nouns
dent. gummy smile [coll.] [excessive gingival display]Zahnfleischlächeln {n} [zu hohe Lippen- oder Lachlinie]
med. heat death [death from excessive heat]Hitzetod {m}
med. lithium poisoning [excessive lithium concentration]Lithiumüberschuss {m}
med. Martin's disease [from excessive walking]Periosteoarthritis {f} des Fußes
paper work [caused by excessive bureaucracy]Papierwust {m} [ugs.]
sociol. preemptive policing [also euphemism for excessive police brutality]präemptive Polizeiarbeit {f} [auch Euphemismus für übertriebene Polizeigewalt]
acad. philos. terminological inflation [excessive introduction of new terms]Begriffsinflation {f} [Übermaß neuer Termini]
3 Words: Others
a bit overdone {adv} [excessive, exaggerated ]etwas überzogen [übertrieben]
3 Words: Verbs
to double down on sth. [Am.] [coll.] [use more excessive words / arguments]noch einen drauflegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
4 Words: Nouns
med. hyperhidrosis of the feet [Hyperhidrosis pedum] [excessive sweaty feet]Fußschweiß {m} [übermäßige Schweißbildung an den Füßen]
med. hyperhidrosis of the hands [Hyperhidrosis manuum] [excessive sweaty hands]Handschweiß {m} [übermäßige Schweißbildung in den Handinnenflächen]
5+ Words: Others
with all one's war paint on {adj} {adv} [idiom] [wearing excessive makeup]in voller Kriegsbemalung [ugs.] [Redewendung] [stark geschminkt]
5+ Words: Nouns
sports delaying the restart of play [football / soccer] [taking of excessive time to resume play]Spielverzögerung {f} [absichtliches Verzögern des Spiels durch eine Mannschaft, die einen Torevorsprung oder ein Unentschieden bis zum Spielende halten will]
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