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precipitate {adj} [proceeding with too great haste]
563
überstürzt [fig.]
critical {adj} [inclined to find fault too readily]
321
mäkelig [pej.]
reasonable {adj} [not too long]
126
überschaubar [Zeitraum]
gastr. mushy {adj} [e.g. fruit] [too soft]
58
mürbe [z. B. Obst] [veraltend] [zu weich]
sickly {adj} [too sweet]
39
übersüß [Kuchen, Parfum]
overgrown {adj} [grown too large] [oft pej.]
22
übergroß
fin. stocks toppy {adj} [coll.] [priced too high]
9
überbewertet
scrumtrulescent {adj} [too wonderful for words]
8
bonfortionös [nicht mit Worten zu beschreiben]
rushed {adj} {past-p} [far too quick, overhasty]
7
überstürzt
[quality of soil with low oxygen content too low to allow decomposition of human remains] {adj}verwesungsmüde [Eigenschaft von Böden]
cockamamie {adj} [Am.] [coll.] [too crazy to be believed]zu verrückt (um glaubhaft zu sein)
excessive {adj} [too high]zu hoch
OK {adv} [coll.] [not too bad / badly]einigermaßen (gut)
scrumtrulescent {adj} [too wonderful for words]bomfortionös [aus: bonfortionös; nicht mit Worten zu beschreiben]
Unverified too-... [attr.] [e.g. in "a too-long story"]zu ... [mit attributivem Adjektiv]
Verbs
to overreach [go too far, exaggerate]
175
überziehen [zu weit gehen, übertreiben]
to overcook [boil too long]
49
verkochen
to preproperate sth. [to do too soon]
5
etw.Akk. überstürzen
[literally, sb. swallowed a clown for breakfast, meaning sb. is too funny]jd. hat einen Clown verschluckt / gefrühstückt [ugs.] [Redewendung] [Jemand ist übermäßig zum Spaßen aufgelegt]
to overprocess sth. [to process too much]etw.Akk. überbearbeiten
to oversell sth. [sell too many]von etw. [Dat.]zu viel verkaufen
Internet to overshare [coll.] [give too much personal information]zu viele persönliche Informationen preisgeben [insbesondere in sozialen Netzwerken]
Nouns
[person too cowardly to say what he thinks]
25
Duckmäuser {m}
[e.g. a lake or beer that is too warm]Seichbrüh {f} [ugs.] [regional] [z. B. zu warmer Badesee, zu warmes Bier]
[person who loves to drink too much wine regularly]Weindrossel {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [pej.]
mouth [esp. Irish] [sl.] [pej.] [sb. who talks too much, a secret leaker]Schwätzer {m} [pej.] [jd. der schwätzt, schwatzt, Geheimnisse ausplaudert]
art retarder [prevents paints from hardening too fast]Verzögerer {m} [verhindert zu schnelles Aushärten von Farben]
2 Words: Verbs
to be above sth. [think oneself too good for sth.]sichDat. für etw. zu schade sein
fin. to be overbanked [have too many banks]overbanked sein [zu viele Banken haben]
to be overtaxed [too great demands on a person]überbeansprucht sein [Person]
fin. to be underbanked [have too few banks]underbanked sein [zu wenig Banken haben]
2 Words: Nouns
cloth. baggy pants [too big, shapeless]schlotternde Hosen {pl} [Schlotterhosen]
biol. dead zone [zones in seas or lakes with too little oxygen to support life]Totwasserzone {f}
sausage fest [sl.] [event where the guy to girl ratio is too high][Veranstaltung, Party etc., bei der das Männer-Frauen-Verhältnis nicht stimmt.]
idiom square eyes [when one watches too much TV]rechteckige Augen {pl} [auch hum.] [wenn man zu viel fernsieht]
square eyes [when one watches too much TV]viereckige Augen {pl} [auch hum.] [wenn man zu viel fernsieht]
tu quoque [from Latin for "You, too" or "You, also] [argument]Tu quoque {n} [wörtl. "auch Du"] [Argument]
3 Words: Others
for my liking {adv} [idiom] [... it's too sweet, too bitter, etc.]für meinen Geschmack
not sufficiently complex [too simple]unterkomplex [geh.] [neol.]
sb.'s head is spinning [idiom] [because of too much input]jdm. schwirrt der Kopf [Redewendung] [wegen zu vieler Eindrücke]
way too much {adv} [coll.] [used with verbs: e.g. love you / hate you way too much]viel zu sehr [steht bei Verben: z. B. liebe dich / hasse dich viel zu sehr]
3 Words: Verbs
to go too far [fig.] [sth. goes too far]zu bunt werden [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to have been overserved [coll.] [to have been served too much alcohol]zu tief ins Glas geschaut haben [ugs.]
to prove (to be) [too expensive, a great success, etc.]sich herausstellen als [als zu teuer, als großer Erfolg etc.]
traffic to sit on sb.'s tail [fig.] [to follow too closely when driving]jdm. am Heck kleben [ugs.] [fig.] [zu dicht auffahren]
3 Words: Nouns
pharm. follow-on drugsAnalogpräparate {pl} [Me-too-Präparate]
4 Words: Others
It's early days (yet). [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] [too early to make a judgment]Es ist noch zu früh. [fig.] [um Definitives sagen zu können]
4 Words: Verbs
to be over one's head [idiom] [too difficult to understand]zu hoch für jdn. sein [ugs.] [Redewendung] [zu schwer zu verstehen]
idiom to be over one's head [too difficult to understand]jds. Horizont übersteigen [zu schwer zu verstehen]
Unverified to make a meal of sth. [put in too much effort] [idiom]eine große Sache aus etw.Dat. machen [Redewendung]
to spread oneself too thin [idiom] [to do too many things at once]sich selbst überfordern [zu viele Dinge gleichzeitig tun]
5+ Words: Others
better too much than too littlebesser zu viel als zu wenig
He is too sharp for me. [too sly, quickwitted, canny, etc.]Er ist zu schlau für mich.
idiom Thanks, that was more than plenty. [way too much] [sarcastically or ironically]Danke, das war mehr als genug. [ironisch oder sarkastisch im Sinn von: viel zu viel]
The train has left the station. [also fig.] [It is too late]Der Zug ist abgefahren. [auch fig.] [Es ist zu spät.]
We're a bit stretched at the moment. [too much work]Wir sind zurzeit ziemlich überlastet.
5+ Words: Verbs
to go out on a limb [idiom] [risk a lot or too much]sichAkk. weit aus dem Fenster lehnen [Redewendung] [sich sehr weit vorwagen, stark exponieren]
to put one's head above the parapet [fig.] [risk too much]sichAkk. weit aus dem Fenster lehnen [fig.] [sich zu weit vorwagen, zu stark exponieren]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F [a child who is considered eating too little; also popular restaurant name (modernised form of the name "Suppen-Kaspar")]Suppenkasper {m} [modernisiert aus: Suppen-Kaspar]
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