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Significados de "excessive" en diccionario español inglés : 74 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
General
excessive nimio [adj]
excessive sobrado [adj]
excessive exagerado [adj]
excessive excesivo [adj]
excessive vertiginoso [adj]
excessive desapoderado [adj]
excessive desatentado [adj]
excessive descomedido [adj]
excessive descompasado [adj]
excessive desmedido [adj]
excessive desorbitante [adj]
excessive nimia [adj/f]
excessive sobrada [adj/f]
excessive exagerada [adj/f]
excessive excesiva [adj/f]
excessive vertiginosa [adj/f]
excessive desapoderada [adj/f]
excessive desatentada [adj/f]
excessive descomedida [adj/f]
excessive descompasada [adj/f]
excessive desmedida [adj/f]
excessive aparatosidad [f]
excessive bárbaro [adj]
excessive concentrado [adj]
excessive barbarazo [adj] DO VE
excessive caballuno [adj] CL
excessive patagüino [adj] CL
excessive pendejo [adj] DO
excessive por demás [loc/adv] MX HN VE EC PE BO PY rur.
excessive desigual [adj] disused
excessive desmesurado [adj]
excessive demasiado [adj]
excessive desarreglado [adj]
excessive exorbitante [adj]
excessive fuerte [adj]
excessive furioso [adj]
excessive extremo [adj]
excessive fabuloso [adj]
excessive infinito [adj]
excessive inmoderado [adj]
excessive excedente [adj]
excessive pecante [adj]
excessive largo [adj]
excessive loco [adj]
excessive supremo [adj]
excessive valiente [adj]
excessive sumo [adj]
excessive tremendo [adj]
excessive superabundante [adj]
excessive desaforado [adj]
excessive profuso [adj]
excessive infinita [adj/f]
excessive inmoderada [adj/f]
excessive larga [adj/f]
excessive loca [adj/f]
excessive extrema [adj/f]
excessive fabulosa [adj/f]
excessive suma [adj/f]
excessive suprema [adj/f]
excessive furiosa [adj/f]
excessive demasiada [adj/f]
excessive desaforada [adj/f]
excessive tremenda [adj/f]
excessive desarreglada [adj/f]
excessive desmesurada [adj/f]
excessive profusa [adj/f]
Idioms
excessive pasado de vueltas [adj] AR
excessive con llapa [loc/adv] CL
Colloquial
excessive violento [adj] CO
excessive marca diablo [loc/adj] MX
excessive marca llorarás [loc/adj] MX
excessive marca morirás [loc/adj] MX
Business
excessive excesivo [adj]
Law
excessive residual [adj]

Significados de "excessive" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 395 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
too (excessive) demasiado [adv]
(economy) excessive value due to speculation burbuja [f]
excessive verbosity verborrea [f]
General
with excessive confidence patudamente [adv] CL
excessive order rueda [f]
excessive praise zalamería [f]
excessive praise adulación [f]
excessive praise lisonja [f]
excessive praise flor [f]
excessive vanity vanagloria [f]
excessive pride vanidad [f]
excessive sensitivity to light fotofobia [f]
excessive price sobreprecio [f]
woman with excessive sexual desire ninfómana [f]
excessive pride hybris [f]
excessive pride hibris [f]
excessive enthusiasm fogosidad [f]
excessive pressure (especially caused by an article of clothing on a body part) apretazón [f] CR
burn produced by excessive sunlight aterrillada [f] CU
burn produced by excessive sunlight aterrilladura [f] CU
excessive food atipujada [f] GT
excessive ripeness of a fruit aguadencia [f] NI rur.
excessive sunbathing calentada [f] HN NI DO rur.
excessive heat in the body calentura [f] GT
excessive heat calorancina [f] NI rur.
liver discomfort due to excessive eating or drinking una patada en el hígado [f] UY
useless and excessive spending botadera [f] CO PE
excessive hobby birria [f] PA
excessive hobby birria [f] CO:N
excessive and useless expenditure brotadera [f] CO PE
partial loss of the epidermis due to excessive exposure to the sun despellejada [f] MX HN CU
excessive and self-interested compliment or praise cumbeada [f] HN
excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages farreada [f] BO
pretentious and excessive verbosity filatería [f] EC:S
excessive thinness flaquencia [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU DO PR
excessive intake of alcoholic beverages cañamentazón [f] VE
excessive economic expense gastadera [f] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO EC PE BO CL AR
excessive and repeated condescension that especially children are subjected to consentidera [f] NI CU DO VE
excessive care of a person or thing contumeria [f] HN SV
intense or excessive hunger hambriada [f] SV NI
excessive zeal in fulfilling something manda [f] MX
excessive bargaining llorazón [f] HN
excessive haggling llorazón [f] HN
intense or excessive hunger marceada [f] SV
excessive dickering llorazón [f] HN
excessive worry matraquilla [f] CU
intense and excessive work mecha [f] CU
effect from having consumed an excessive amount of drugs muerte blanca [f] NI CR
cracking of skin caused by wind and excessive cold paspa [f] EC AR:Nw BO:C,W
excessive desire to become president presidentitis [f] HN
excessive pampering regalonería [f] CL
excessive spoiling regalonería [f] CL
excessive praise saconería [f] HN SV NI
excessive indulging regalonería [f] CL
be spoiled by the excessive heat recalentarse [v]
to sell something at an excessive price vender algo a peso de oro [v]
to sell something for an excessive price vender algo a peso de oro [v]
treat with excessive care mimar [v]
treat with excessive care consentir [v]
treat with excessive care regalonear [v] CL
hoard products for sale with excessive margin abacorar [v] CU
shrink due to excessive cold (body) achucharrarse [v] AR
have excessive taste for something afiebrarse [v] CO
become wrinkled by excessive heat achurrascarse [v] CL
feel excessive inclination toward something afiebrarse [v] CO
become burned by excessive heat achurrascarse [v] CL
become sagged by excessive heat achurrascarse [v] CL
have one's skin burnt or irritated after excessive exposure to sunlight aterrillarse [v] CU
breath with difficulty and redden because of excessive heat or physical effort asorocharse (del quechua) [v] CL
make something undergo an excessive effort (such as the engine of a vehicle) baquetear [v] AR
fatten horses due to excessive feeding aguachar [v] BO
stun somebody with excessive work ametrallar [v] AR UY
stay in a position for an excessive amount of time apernarse [v] CL
be annoyed by excessive work bruñirse [v] HN
behave with excessive calm and idle relaxation by ignoring a responsibility campechaneársela [v] MX
behave with excessive calm and idle relaxation by ignoring a responsibility campechanearse [v] MX
form a landslide due to excessive water on a hill desburrungarse [v] HN NI
consume excessive amounts of alcohol, typically with friends farrear [v] BO
suffer difficulties, exhaustion, or excessive work fregarse [v] MX GT NI PA CO VE BO CL
be hungover or pass out due to excessive alcohol or drugs fisurarse [v] AR
put up with difficulties, exhaustion, or excessive work fregarse [v] MX GT NI PA CO VE BO CL
dry out on the tree due to excessive heat (fruit) esmirlarse [v] PR rur.
exhaust someone (excessive heat or hard work) ajobachar [v] DO
become exhausted from excessive heat or hard work ajobacharse [v] DO
charge an excessive price for a good or service garrotear [v] NI CR
order or govern with excessive authority mandonear [v] PE CL AR
make a mistake due to excessive work embarbascar [v] NI
pull out excessive plants of a crop ralear [v] HN UY
excessive preoccupation urgirse [v] BO CL
nice to an excessive degree relamido [adj]
shrunken due to excessive cold achucharrado [adj] AR
breathing with difficulty and having a red face caused by excessive heat or physical effort asorochado [adj] CL
(land) having excessive water agualotoso [adj] HN NI
(food) mushy and smooth from excessive moisture aguanoso [adj] DO
(land) having excessive water aguachento [adj] HN NI
excessive (quantity/quality/size) que no lo brinca un chivo [adj] VE
overburdened by an excessive workload ahogado [adj] MX HN NI DO PR PY
bothered by excessive work/problems clavado [adj] GT
of sufficient, but not excessive, quality decentón [adj] PR CL
with affected and excessive delicateness in words or actions cuita [adj] CR
with excessive delicacy in their words, actions, and behavior cuitas [adj] CR
affected or showing excessive delicacy in words, actions, and gestures (person) cismático [adj] CO
who shows an excessive interest in the lives of celebrities (person) cholulo [adj] AR UY
excessive (thing) chuchumecón [adj] PE:S
exhausted by excessive work estofado [adj] PR
drunk because of excessive alcohol consumption espiritado [adj] GT
exhausted by excessive heat or hard work ajobachado [adj] DO
bewildered, especially due to excessive alcohol incróspido [adj] MX
confused from excessive alcohol lampareado [adj] MX
bewildered from excessive alcohol lampareado [adj] MX
relating to excessive alcohol or drug consumption reventado [adj] CL
excessive expenditure dispendio [m]
excessive debt sobreendeudamiento [m]
excessive patriotism patrioterismo [m]
excessive patriotism chovinismo [m]
excessive praise piropo [m]
excessive praise halago [m]
excessive praise camelo [m]
excessive praise requiebro [m]
excessive admiration papanatismo [m]
excessive praise bombo [m]
excessive greedy person agalludo [m] CU DO CO VE
excessive amount of work to be completed in a short amount of time arrope [m] PR
excessive closeness to someone arrimazón [m] GT HN SV NI
breathing with difficulty and having a red face caused by excessive heat or physical effort asorochamiento [m] CL
liver discomfort due to excessive eating or drinking un balazo en el hígado [m] UY
excessive charge bandidismo [m] CU
cuddle or excessive attention cambambería [m] PA
excessive noise caused by a disturbance or commotion burumbumbún [m] NI
excessive love of grandparents toward their grandchildren abuelazón [m] PA
sudden and excessive increase in something bum (inglés) [m] US PR
excessive and self-interested compliment or praise cumbeo [m] HN
excessive and self-interested compliment or praise cumbo [m] HN SV
excessive effort for success or excessive valuation of obtaining success by a third party exitismo [m] BO PY AR UY CL cult
excessive adorning gariboleo [m] MX
excessive adorning garigoleo [m] MX
person who exerts excessive influence in political matters in a town or district gamonal [m] CR EC PE rare
person who exerts excessive influence in political matters in a town or district gamonal [m] GT HN SV NI PA DO CO VE BO
excessive influence that a person exercises in the public affairs of a district or town gamonalismo [m] HN PA CO EC PE BO
excessive fondness for someone or something furor [m] NI DO PR PY
excessive love toward gringos or people or things from the usa gringuismo [m] CL
excessive and generalized hunger hambrazón [m] VE
excessive saliva lapachero [m] PR
excessive size of something lembo [m] DO
trimming of the low branches on a coffee plant to reduce excessive shade levante [m] PR rur.
excessive quantity of something lembo [m] DO
excessive and over-sentimental affection embeleco [m] VE
excessive or continued proximity pegazón [m] GT HN SV NI CR PA CU
excessive bureaucratic processes papelerío [m] NI CL AR UY
excessive red tape papelerío [m] NI CL AR UY
fighter cock suffering from excessive fighting quemado [m] PR
excessive affection puchungo [m] VE derog.
excessive pampering regaloneo [m] CL
excessive spoiling regaloneo [m] CL
excessive indulging regaloneo [m] CL
excessive preoccupation urgimiento [m] CL
excessive friction tallón [m] MX CO:W
excessive foliage vicio [m] GT HN SV
excessive foam in sugar cane honey vicio [m] SV rur.
excessive make up tarrajeo [m] PE
excessive amount tarrantantán [m] PA
excessive rise in price trepón [m] SV
person who cultivates an excessive love for something, usually linked to a modern lifestyle friki (inglés freak) [m/f] PE
person who cultivates an excessive love for something, usually linked to a modern lifestyle friqui (inglés freak) [m/f] PE
excessive costume jewelry andariveles [m/pl] CU DO
excessive amount requested in payment los diezmos de olancho [m/pl] HN NI
excessive ornamentation florituras [f/pl]
excessive interest in a position or post itis [suf] HN
excessive (quantity/quality/size) que no lo brinca un venado [loc/adj] CU
excessive (quantity/quality/size) que no lo brinca un chivo [loc/adj] CU
excessive (quantity/quality/size) que no lo brinca un venado [loc/adj] VE
with excessive and inconvenient haste a los apurones [loc/adv] BO PY AR UY
with excessive enthusiasm and dedication como contratado [loc/adv] CL
(food) mushy and smooth from excessive moisture aguanosa [adj/f] DO
(land) having excessive water agualotosa [adj/f] HN NI
(land) having excessive water aguachenta [adj/f] HN NI
overburdened by an excessive workload ahogada [adj/f] MX HN NI DO PR PY
excessive scrupulosity damería [f] rare
excessive foliage hojarasca [f]
excessive ardor flama [f]
excessive vivacity fogosidad [f]
excessive heat estuosidad [f]
excessive love perdición [f]
excessive heat quemazón [f]
excessive ugliness monstruosidad [f]
excessive eating manjorrada [f] derog. disused
excessive pride soberbia [f]
excessive cruelty sevicia [f]
become diseased from excessive heat fogarearse [v] SV
give excessive attention to worldly things mundanear [v]
excessive gallantry amartelamiento [m]
excessive demonstration of fear or emotion aspaviento [m]
excessive smoker cigarrista [m] disused
excessive kissing besoteo [m]
excessive ornamentation bizantinismo [m]
excessive praise bombo [m] fig.
excessive talk desate [m]
excessive expense dispendio [m]
excessive waste of time or fortune dispendio [m]
excessive stature/height descuello [m]
excessive ornament galonazo [m]
excessive gain/loss gallarín [m] disused
excessive haughtiness ensoberbecimiento [m]
severe/excessive sentence sentención [m]
excessive or extravagant hand-gestures garabatos [m/pl] fig.
unco (to an excessive degree) demasiado [adv]
Idioms
give someone excessive praise hacerse lenguas de alguien [v]
give someone excessive praise levantar a alguien hasta el cuerno de la luna [v]
give someone excessive praise poner a alguien en por los cuernos de la luna [v]
give someone excessive praise poner a alguien en sobre los cuernos de la luna [v]
give someone excessive praise dar bombo a alguien [v]
act with excessive freedom hacer alguien de su capa un sayo [v]
love with excessive fondness hacerse una jalea [v]
be elated with excessive pride no caber en el pellejo [v]
be elated with excessive pride no caber en el mundo [v]
be something excessive ser algo una pasada [v]
be something excessive ser algo un pasote [v]
show excessive fondness or love to someone estar chocho por alguien [v]
show excessive fondness or love to someone tener locura por alguien [v]
show excessive fondness or love to someone tener chochera por alguien [v]
make an excessive effort darse la biaba [v] AR
make something withstand excessive strain or exertion (like the motor of a vehicle) dar una baqueteada [v] AR
make an excessive effort darse la biaba [v] AR:Nw
vomit from excessive food/drink darse vuelta la vianda [v] CL
treat with excessive harshness dar con el mocho del hacha [v] CL
be fatigued as a result of excessive work estar hecho bolsa [v] BO:W,C
drink excessive moonshine chupar guaro [v] CO
place excessive importance on hacer un yunyún [v] DO
excessive delay in a speech or exposition hacerla larga [v] MX PE AR UY
excessive delay in a speech or exposition hacerla lunga [v] AR
ignore an excessive or urgent request hacerse concha [v] MX
give oneself excessive importance hacerse el lindo [v] BO
give oneself excessive importance hacerse el macanudo [v] BO
make an excessive physical effort quedar en la lona [v] NI
make an excessive physical effort quedar como dos de queso [v] CO
make an excessive physical effort quedar como dos y tres de queso [v] PA CO
make an excessive physical effort quedar como el mico de la chayo [v] NI
Colloquial
excessive praise saconería [f] HN
person who bothers and annoys by his excessive meticulousness batallosa [f] CU
attitude that demonstrates excessive presumption and pride of oneself or one's possessions fachentada [f] CR disused
excessive and repeated importunity cargosidad [f] AR:Nw
person who sells, typically illegally, or consumes excessive guachucho moonshine guachuchera [f] CL
excessive passion for something that attracts one goma [f] CO VE:W
person who sells, typically illegally, or consumes excessive guachucho moonshine huachuchera [f] CL
excessive decoration guaragua [f] PE BO
excessive decoration guaragua [f] EC BO
excessive passion for something that attracts one goma [f] CO VE:W
excessive hunger hambrada [f] VE
intense or excessive hunger hambreada [f] HN NI BO
excessive amount barbaridad [f]
excessive spending barrumbada [f]
be broken down by excessive fatigue descuajaringarse [v]
woo with excessive gallantry babear [v]
become tasteless due to excessive water aguanchinarse [v] CO
become moist from excessive water aguanearse [v] NI CO
damage something due to excessive use cacharpear [v] CR
deteriorate due to excessive use cacharpearse [v] CR
exhaust a person demanding an excessive physical effort hacer bolsa [v] BO:W,C AR
order with excessive authority mandonear [v] MX PE BO CL PY AR UY
drink excessive amounts of alcohol machar [v] BO:W
dressing with excessive clothing afatarse [v] ES local
flabby from excessive fluid retention agualotoso [adj] HN NI
person who bothers and annoys by his excessive meticulousness batalloso [adj] CU
exhausted from excessive work cachimbeado [adj] HN SV NI
with affected and excessive delicateness in words or actions culindingo [adj] CR derog.
muddy with excessive water (plot of land) chagüitoso [adj] GT HN SV NI
having an excessive passion for something gomoso [adj] CO
continuous and excessive annoyance aplique [m] VE
person who bothers and annoys by his excessive meticulousness matraquilloso [m]
excessive or very intense heat calurón [m] AR:Nw
excessive heat calorón [m] MX GT HN NI CR VE AR SV rur.
an excessive and unpleasant sexual caress baboseo [m] US:Se CU
person who bothers and annoys by his excessive meticulousness batalloso [m] CU
excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages frasco [m] CL
person who sells, typically illegally, or consumes excessive guachucho moonshine guachuchero [m] CL
person who sells, typically illegally, or consumes excessive guachucho moonshine huachuchero [m] CL
excessive hunger hambrero [m] VE:W
excessive talking güiri-güiri [m] MX GT HN SV NI
excessive flattery lambetazo [m] CO:W BO
excessive enthusiasm for someone of the opposite sex emberrinchamiento [m] PA
excessive thirst sequío [m] MX rur.
excessive consumption of alcohol or drugs reventón [m] CL
excessive makeup revoque [m] BO PY AR UY
excessive amount tarrantán [m] PA
person with excessive interest in standing out or being famous figureti [m/f] PE BO PY AR EC
excessive mental agitation in the face of a situation caldo de cabeza [loc/nom] CL
flabby from excessive fluid retention agualotosa [adj/f] HN NI
person who bothers and annoys by his excessive meticulousness batallosa [adj/f] CU
person who bothers and annoys by his excessive meticulousness matraquillosa [adj/f]
well intended but excessive bien intencionado pero excesivo
Slang
hit someone with excessive force desmadrar [v] MX
excessive vaginal wetness lapachero [m] PR
Business
excessive interest usura [f]
grant an excessive value sobrevaluar [v]
free a company from excessive debt burden sanear [v]
local person with excessive power cacique [m]
excessive costs costes excesivos
excessive purchases compras excesivas
excessive taxation imposición excesiva
excessive tax impuesto excesivo
excessive tax contribución excesiva
excessive profits resultado excesivo
excessive noise ruido excesivo
excessive profit beneficio excesivo
excessive tax tributación excesiva
excessive tax tributo excesivo
excessive profits ganancias excesivas
excessive purchases compras excesivas
Employment
excessive noise exceso de ruido [m]
Finance
excessive deficit procedures procedimiento aplicable en caso de déficit excesivo
Economy
excessive value due to speculation burbuja [f]
Law
excessive behavior translimitación [f]
excessive interest usura [f]
excessive detail nimiedad [f]
excessive care nimiedad [f]
excessive demand for damages pluspetición [f]
build excessive reserves sobrecapitalizar [v]
local person wielding excessive power cacique [m]
excessive interference of lawyers abogadismo [m]
excessive force fuerza excesiva
excessive undue indebido excesivo
excessive fine multa excesiva
excessive patriotism patriotismo fanático
excessive award adjudicación excesiva
excessive bail fianza excesiva
excessive drunkenness embriaguez total
excessive force fuerza excesiva
excessive punishment pena excesiva
excessive rate tasa excesiva
excessive sentence sentencia excesiva
excessive speed exceso de velocidad
excessive tax impuesto excesivo
excessive verdict veredicto excesivo
excessive petition plus petitio
excessive petition pluspetición inexcusable AR
Politics
excessive bureaucracy burocracia [f]
excessive bureaucracy papeleo [m]
excessive bureaucracy cinta roja
Engineering
excessive luxuriance vicio [m]
excessive noise exceso de ruido
excessive reverberation reverberación excesiva
excessive taxation imposición excesiva
excessive height of chimney stacks altura excesiva de pilas de chimenea
excessive list escora excesiva
Meteorology
excessive heat watch vigilancia de calor extremo
excessive heat warning alerta de calor extremo
Medicine
excessive secretion hipersecreción [f]
excessive milk production galactorrea [f]
excessive sensitiveness to pain hiperalgia [f]
excessive accumulation of serum in tissue hidropesía [f]
excessive and dangerous dose of a drug sobredosis [f]
wasting away through excessive liquid discharge colicuación [f]
excessive accumulation of serum in tissue edema [m]
excessive carbohydrates intake consumo excesivo de carbohidratos
excessive salivation mucha saliva
excessive urination micción excesiva
excessive pain during period dolor excesivo durante la menstruación
excessive sugar intake consumo excesivo de azúcar
excessive sweat sudación excesiva
excessive accommodation acomodación excesiva
excessive prescription prescripción excesiva
excessive guilt culpa excesiva
Psychology
excessive fear of or preoccupation with a serious illness hipocondría [f]
disorders of excessive somnolence trastornos de somnolencia excesiva
excessive sleepiness somnolencia excesiva
excessive daytime drowsiness somnolencia diurna excesiva
excessive somnolence somnolencia excesiva
excessive drowsiness somnolencia excesiva
eds (excessive daytime sleepiness) somnolencia diurna excesiva
excessive daytime sleepiness somnolencia diurna excesiva
excessive daytime somnolence somnolencia diurna excesiva
excessive drinking bebida en exceso
excessive worry preocupación excesiva
Anatomy
excessive backwards curvature of the spine lordosis [f]
excessive menstruation metrorragia [f]
excessive and increased hair growth hirsutismo [m]
Technical
excessive heat calor excesivo
Machinery
excessive play juego libre excesivo
excessive tire squeal chirrido excesivo en las llantas
excessive body roll inclinación excesiva de la carrocería
Automotive
excessive valve train clearance juego excesivo en el tren de las válvulas
excessive play juego libre excesivo
excessive tire squeal chirrido excesivo en las llantas
excessive body roll inclinación excesiva de la carrocería
Aeronautics
excessive gradient pendiente fuerte
Maritime
excessive vomiting hiperémesis [f]
weather helm becomes excessive el barco es demasiado ardiente
Agriculture
excessive sweating hiperhidrosis [f]
dry up from excessive heat abochornarse [v]
Petrol
excessive production producción excesiva [f]
flattening of the pipe by excessive pressure on the wrenches aplastamiento [m]
excessive production producción excesiva
American Football
excessive celebration festejo excesivo
excessive celebration celebración excesiva
Production
excessive heat calor excesivo [m]