What does miserable excessive meaning mean

excessive (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive excessively, Comparative excessive, Superlative most excessive
Hyphenation:
over | moderate, comparative: over | moderate, superlative: most over | moderate | most
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [yːbɐˈmɛːsɪç], comparative: [yːbɐˈmɛːsɪɡɐ], superlative: [yːbɐˈmɛːsɪçstn̩], [yːbɐˈmɛːsɪçstən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) beyond the usual level
Synonyms:
1) extraordinary, enormous, excessive, extreme, huge, immense, massive, unusual, disproportionate
Application examples:
1) Excessive Alcohol consumption is harmful to health.

Translations

  • English: excessive
  • Esperanto: ekscesa
  • French: excessif
  • Italian: eccessivo
  • Japanese: 過度 の (か ど の, kado no)
  • Spanish: desaforado

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The public prosecutor's office in Munich I determined - it should be about excessively high expenses go on business trips.
sueddeutsche.de, September 4th, 2018

About 10 percent of teenagers drink excessively lots of energy drinks, according to the BfR.
Doctors newspaper, May 27, 2019

Climate change and population growth are forcing the city of Berlin to rethink its water supply. The excessively hot and dry summer 2018 shows that time is pressing.
Deutsche Welle, September 19, 2018

The Hamburg homeless project Hinz und Kunzt worries about its reputation: False salespeople would not stick to the rules and the street magazine excessively persistently offer.
NDR, September 19, 2018

Google is faced with serious allegations: The group collects excessively Location data from cell phones, reports a US researcher.
Today.at, August 22, 2018

A shoplifter in Bremerhaven has his jacket pockets with sausage, ham and alcohol excessively crammed full.
GMX, October 21, 2020

Maybe it's because of the excessively used shimmer powder that obscures the view.
BILD.de, May 23, 2020

After a cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Söder asks all citizens not to buy hamsters or excessively withdraw a lot of cash - and announce further rules and prohibitions.
sueddeutsche.de, March 17, 2020

While the Chinese gastronomy is experiencing losses of up to 80 percent due to the coronavirus, the Italian is not excessively affected.
derStandard.at, March 14, 2020

The red-green-red coalition in Bremen wants to ask beverage and food manufacturers to pay for their products excessively contain a lot of sugar.
Day 24, January 30, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / declensions

Inflection excessive - The declension of the adjective excessive

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe excessiveof excessivethe excessivethe excessive
Femininethe excessivethe excessivethe excessivethe excessive
neuterthe excessiveof excessivethe excessivethe excessive
Pluralthe excessivethe excessivethe excessivethe excessive
indefinite article
Masculinean excessive onean excessivean excessivean excessive
Femininean excessivean excessivean excessivean excessive
neuteran excessivean excessivean excessivean excessive one
without article
Masculineexcessiveexcessiveexcessiveexcessive
Feminineexcessiveexcessiveexcessiveexcessive
neuterexcessiveexcessiveexcessiveexcessive
Pluralexcessiveexcessiveexcessiveexcessive

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • bombastic: pejorative: pompous, grandiose; much more than average
  • peppered (coll.): Colloquially: exaggeratedly high, outrageously high (in relation to the prices charged); spicy, spicy; coarse
  • horrendous: Economy, money: significantly more than normal (for example in prices, rents, interest)
  • lush: in great abundance (available)
  • too (very)
  • unrestrained: without reluctance
  • excessive: going beyond the ordinary
  • without measure
  • without measure or goal
  • boundless
  • (to know) neither measure nor goal
  • exaggerated: much more than necessary; too much
  • overdrawn: unrealistically inflated
  • astronomic: cannot be increased: relating to astronomy; transferred: very large
  • sprawling
  • extraordinary: lifting out, withdrawing; extraordinary, unusual, above average; very much; lying outside of a constitutional order
  • unleashed
  • disinhibited
  • exorbitant: huge, out of scale, extraordinary, enormous
  • excessive: greatly exaggerated
  • limitless: having no limit, infinite
  • unrestrained: without reluctance
  • excessive: going beyond the ordinary
  • unlimited: without barriers; without restrictions
  • boundless
  • unbraked: without reducing the speed; transferred: without reducing the rate of change
  • uninhibited: not restricted by anything; without inner inhibitions
  • immoderate
  • disproportionate: beyond the usual measure; too much, too much; obsolete in a bad, unbalanced relationship to one another
  • overflowing: going beyond a normal level
  • overwhelming
  • inflated
  • profusely: accompanied by great outbursts of emotion
  • exaggerated
  • exaggerated: much more than necessary; too much
  • overdrawn: unrealistically inflated
  • in excess
  • more than good
  • more than necessary
  • unduly strong
  • unnecessarily strong
  • disproportionate: beyond the usual measure; too much, too much; obsolete in a bad, unbalanced relationship to one another
  • too much
  • too strong
  • over fee: beyond the healthy level; inappropriate
  • exceedingly: out of date: beyond something (directional information); very special
  • exaggerated: much more than necessary; too much

Another word (synonym) for excessive - Source: OpenThesaurus


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pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis:… Origin of the term: 1) From the late 19th century; of pneumon = lung + -o- + ultra = very / excessive + microscopic = microscopic + silico- = silicon + volcano = volcano + coni of ...

murderous: ... shameful, terrible, very, so, titanic, oversized, oversized, overwhelming, excessive, revolutionary, indescribable, immeasurable, monstrous, scary, nonsensical ...


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