too by half

too by half
too by half excessively .
Main Entry: half

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  • too...by half — too…by half chiefly Brit informal used to say that someone or something has too much of a particular quality usually in a way that is annoying an arrogant politician who is too clever by half • • • Main Entry: ↑half …   Useful english dictionary

  • too ---- by half — {adj.} ({princ. British}) Much too; excessively. * /The heroine of the story is too nice by half; she is not believable./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • too ---- by half — {adj.} ({princ. British}) Much too; excessively. * /The heroine of the story is too nice by half; she is not believable./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • too\ ---\ by\ half — adj (princ. British) Much too; excessively. The heroine of the story is too nice by half; she is not believable …   Словарь американских идиом

  • too ... by half — adj. too much; excessively; extremely. You are too crazy by half …   English slang

  • too —— by half — excessively : too superstitious by half. → half …   English new terms dictionary

  • too - by half — used to emphasize something bad the idea seems too superstitious by half …   Useful english dictionary

  • half — ► NOUN (pl. halves) 1) either of two equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided. 2) either of two equal periods into which a match or performance is divided. 3) Brit. informal half a pint of beer. 4) informal a half… …   English terms dictionary

  • Half the World Away (single) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Half The World Away» Sencillo de Antony Costa del álbum Heart Full Of Soul Publicación 26 de marzo de 2007 (China, Israel y Japón) …   Wikipedia Español

  • half — noun (plural halves) 1》 either of two equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided.     ↘either of two equal periods into which a sports game or performance is divided. 2》 Brit. informal half a pint of beer. 3》 informal… …   English new terms dictionary

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