a bit much

a bit much

Unnecessarily excessive. Julie's mother thought that it was a bit much to expect the students to stay at school until 10 o'clock for theater practice.
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a bit much

somewhat excessive or unreasonable.
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a bit ˈmuch

(informal) too much to be acceptable; unreasonable: Claiming £50 a day for expenses is a bit much, I think.Don’t you think it’s a bit much of him to give me most of the work and then take the afternoon off?
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a bit much

mod. more than enough; more than good taste allows. That was a bit much, Paul. After all there is such a thing as good taste.
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