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excess /ɪkˈses, ˈekses/ noun
excess /ˈekses/ adjective [only before noun]

افزونی ، اضافی ، فزونی ، زیادتی ، زیادی ، افراط ، بی اعتدالی ، اضافه ، علوم مهندسی: اضافه ، عمران: زیاده از حد ، قانون ـ فقه: افراط ، بازرگانی: مازاد ، علوم نظامی: اضافی
- surfeit, glut, overload, superabundance, superfluity, surplus, too much
- overindulgence, debauchery, dissipation, dissoluteness, extravagance, intemperance, prodigality
Antonyms: deficiency, dearth, deficit, shortfall, temperance
Contrasted words: insufficiency, lack, scarcity, moderation, sobriety, temperatenes, restraint, self-discipline, self-restraint
Related Idioms: enough and then some, enough and to spare, too much of a good thing
Related Words: overbalance, overspill, oversupply, profusion, superabundance, overproduction, overmeasure, extravagance, overdoing, indulgence, self-indulgence, immoderacy, immoderateness, dissipation, prodigality, saturnalia, redundant, unessential

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. excess1 /ɪkˈses, ˈekses/ noun
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: French; Origin: excès, from Late Latin excessus, from Latin excedere; exceed]

1. [singular, uncountable] a larger amount of something than is allowed or needed:
After you apply the oil, wait 20 minutes before wiping off any excess.
excess of
It was an excess of enthusiasm that caused the problem.

2. in excess of something more than a particular amount:
The car reached speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.

3. do something to excess to do something too much or too often, so that it may harm you:
Drinking is OK as long as you don’t do it to excess.

4. excesses [plural] harmful actions that are socially or morally unacceptable
excesses of
The government was unable to curb the excesses of the secret police.
the worst excesses of journalism

5. [uncountable] behaviour which is not acceptable because it is too extreme:
a long sermon against the dangers of excess

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. excess2 /ˈekses/ adjective [only before noun]

1. additional and not needed because there is already enough of something:
Cut any excess fat from the meat.

2. excess baggage/luggage bags or cases that weigh more than the legal limit that you can take on a plane

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. large amount of sth
ADJ. large
PREP. in ~ The drug can be harmful if taken in excess.
in ~ of The vehicle had been travelling at speeds in excess of 90 miles per hour.
to ~ They never smoked or drank to excess.
~ of a large excess of gas

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. excesses: harmful actions
ADJ. worst
VERB + EXCESS avoid, curb | commit, perpetrate the worst excesses committed by the occupying army

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


worst excesses
He lived through some of the worst excesses of apartheid in South Africa.
wild excesses (=very extreme behaviour)
The Press Complaints Commission criticized the wilder excesses of tabloid journalism.
curb the excesses of something (=control or limit bad behaviour)
A strong press can help to curb the excesses of government.
commit excesses (=do very bad or immoral things, especially hurting or killing people in an unacceptable way)
The excesses committed by a small number of soldiers have ruined the regiment's good name.
perpetrate excesses formal (=commit them)
Government forces used the situation as an excuse to perpetrate excesses against suspected rebels.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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