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Too much, extra and more - synonyms or related words

too

adverb

more than is necessary or acceptable

exceptional

adjective

much more or greater than usual

surplus

adjective

more than is needed

more

adverb

used for saying that a particular quality is stronger in one person or thing than in another, stronger than it was before, or stronger than you expected or hoped

beyond

adverb

more than a particular amount or higher than a particular level

over

adverb

more than a particular amount, number, or age

overly

adverb

formal

very much, or too much

overmuch

adverb

formal

too much

too

adverb

so much of a particular quality that something is not possible

rather

adverb

mainly spoken

a little too much, or to a degree that is slightly too great

ruburb

an area in the countryside where there are both housing developments and farms, and many people travel to work in nearby cities

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a company that pays its employees to write online comments in favour or against somebody or something posing as ordinary Internet users

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