a bit much

a bit much
Too much to put up with, unreasonable
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Main Entry:much

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informal somewhat excessive or unreasonable

his earnestness can be a bit much

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a bit much
— used to describe a person or thing that is regarded as annoying, excessive, or unfair

My mother thinks he's funny, but I find him a bit much.

I find his constant joking a bit much.

It was a bit much to expect us to wait that long.

The hot weather is getting to be a bit much.

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Main Entry:bit
a bit much — see bit, 1
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Main Entry:much

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • (a) bit much — a bit (too) much unreasonable or unfair. I think it s a bit much to expect anyone to play three tennis matches in one day. Bill went at four in the morning and had to wait four hours to get in, but that was just a bit too much for me …   New idioms dictionary

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  • a bit much — ► a bit much informal somewhat excessive or unreasonable. Main Entry: ↑much …   English terms dictionary

  • a bit much — phrasal a little more than one wants to endure < finds his constant joking a bit much > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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