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excess

US [ˈekˌses]
UK [ˈekses]
  • n.过度;超过;过分;过多的量
  • adj.超额的;额外的;附加的;过度的
  • Web过量;过剩;超越
Simple Present:excesses  Present Participle:excessing  Past Tense:excessed  
excess
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n.
1.
[sing][u]
超过;过度;过分more than is necessary, reasonable or acceptable
You can throw away any excess.
凡多余的你都可以扔掉。
Are you suffering from an excess of stress in your life?
你生活中的压力太大吗?
In an excess of enthusiasm I agreed to work late.
我一时热情过度答应了加班。
He started drinking to excess after losing his job.
他失业后便开始酗酒了。
The increase will not be in excess of(= more than) two per cent.
增加幅度不会超过百分之二。
2.
[c][u]
过多的量;超过的量an amount by which sth is larger than sth else
We cover costs up to £600 and then you pay the excess.
我们最多支付 600 英镑的费用,超出的部分由你支付。
3.
[c][ususing]
免赔额;自负额the part of an insurance claim that a person has to pay while the insurance company pays the rest
There is an excess of £100 on each claim under this policy.
本保险单每次索赔均有 100 英镑的免赔额。
4.
[pl]
放肆行为;越轨行为extreme behaviour that is unacceptable, illegal or immoral
adj.
1.
[obn]
超额的;额外的;附加的;过度的in addition to an amount that is necessary, usual or legal
Excess food is stored as fat.
多余的食物作为脂肪贮存起来。
Driving with excess alcohol in the blood is a serious offence.
血液里酒精含量过高时驾车是严重的违法行为。

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