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demasiado (feminine demasiada, masculine plural demasiados, feminine plural demasiadas)

  1. too much
    Synonym: de máis

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Etymology edit

From demasia (excess) +‎ -ado.

Pronunciation edit

 
  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /de.ma.ziˈa.du/ [de.ma.zɪˈa.du], (faster pronunciation) /de.maˈzja.du/
    • (Southern Brazil) IPA(key): /de.ma.ziˈa.do/ [de.ma.zɪˈa.do], (faster pronunciation) /de.maˈzja.do/

  • Hyphenation: de‧ma‧si‧a‧do

Adjective edit

demasiado (feminine demasiada, masculine plural demasiados, feminine plural demasiadas)

  1. superfluous
  2. excessive

Adverb edit

demasiado

  1. excessively, too, too much

Spanish edit

Etymology edit

From demasía (excess) +‎ -ado.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /demaˈsjado/ [d̪e.maˈsja.ð̞o]
  • Rhymes: -ado
  • Syllabification: de‧ma‧sia‧do

Adjective edit

demasiado (feminine demasiada, masculine plural demasiados, feminine plural demasiadas)

  1. too much, too many, excessive
    Ellos beben demasiado licor.
    They drink too much liquor.
    Amiga, ha pasado demasiado tiempo.
    Friend, it's been too long.
    (literally, “Too much time has passed.”)

Adverb edit

demasiado

  1. too much, excessively, far too much, overmuch (modifying a verb)
    Él se queja demasiado.
    He complains too much.
  2. too, far too, way too, much too, overly, all too excessively (modifying an adjective or other adverb)
    Hablas demasiado rápido.
    You're speaking too fast.
    demasiado poco, demasiado tardetoo little, too late
  3. (informal) a lot, an awful lot, a whole lot, a great deal
    Aunque dices que no te importa, está claro que hablas de ellos demasiado.
    Even though you say you don't care, you sure talk about them an awful lot.

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