all too



all too (not comparable)

  1. Very, extremely; excessively (but lamentably).
    • 2020 October 15, Frank Pasquale, “‘Machines set loose to slaughter’: the dangerous rise of military AI”, in The Guardian[1]:
      a robot will not be subject to all-too-human fits of anger, sadism or cruelty.
    Teenage pregnancies are all too common in the UK.
    Sexism is all too familiar in this department.
    They were all too ready to sell their stories to the press.
    It was over all too soon.


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