el diccionario español - inglés

español - English

demasiado inglés:

1. too


Too late.
If you're tired, why don't you go to sleep? "Because if I go to sleep now I will wake up too early."
He is too busy dreaming dreams to plan what he will do in his old age.
He is getting far too familiar with my wife.
Even though he has turned twenty, he's still too timid to chat with girls.
He said his father was an architect and that he wanted to be one too.
What he said about girls holds true of boys, too.
I am seventeen years old, too.
At the risk of sounding too forward, I'd like to make a comment.
From the buyer's point of view, the prices of these CD players are too high.
Every foreigner who visits Japan says that prices here are too high.
It's still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you're having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.
I don't know how to demonstrate it, since it's too obvious!
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
Mary says that Tom spends his money a little too freely.

Inglés palabrademasiado"(too) ocurre en conjuntos:

Intensificadores y mitigadores en inglés
Adverbios de grado en inglés

2. too much


There is too much work.
too much - za dużo

Inglés palabrademasiado"(too much) ocurre en conjuntos:

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