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Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

too much   (demasiado)

Or did he simply drink too much and crash his car?

Opponents of the bill said it would cost too much.

In that, "High Crimes" is too much like real life.

too late   (demasiado tarde)

Smitty returns too late, watching from a distance.

Drake shows up that evening, seeing he's too late.

They go to a dam but are too late to stop a jumper.

too many   (demasiados)

I think too many people take their health for granted.

Basically, we never used too many microphones.

– Because there are too many Caterpillars!"

too small   (demasiado pequeña)

The remaining parts are now too small for canoes.

However, this church soon proved to be too small.

The medieval church Georgskirche was too small.

too far   (Muy lejos)

Morgan apologized, saying that he had "gone too far".

They felt Point of Honor was too far out in the country.

People are just reading way too far into it.

too long   (demasiado largo)

An extended final chase also goes on way too long.

"It's been too long since we last saw each other!"

ended up being too long at fifty-three pages.

too high

Höss regarded this figure as "far too high.

We were setting the criteria too high and that’s my fault".

Had I raised the level of national optimism just too high?"

far too

We knew the real thing would be far too limiting."

However, the mistake was discovered far too late.

Höss regarded this figure as "far too high.

too large

The complete list is too large for one article.

The oil industry was too large and many companies merged.

When colonies grow too large, however, they can split in two.

not too

and occurs in humid areas that are not too shady.

The days are bright and warm and the sun is not too hot.

not too many processes), multi-level DFDs can be created.

too close

Chairs can attack by biting if they get too close.

As of November 8, the race was too close to call.

Conductors must not get too close to each other.

too young

But I was too young to have experienced any decadence, then.

His parents thought at the age of 19, he was too young to marry.

He was considered to be inexperienced and too young for the position.

too expensive   (muy caro)

It was just too expensive to fix and operate."

Such an operation is just too expensive to be practical.

Distillation is too expensive in most cases.

too low

The public considered the sentences generally too low.

Current dosage recommendations for Vitamin K may be too low.

Some critics claimed, that the price €1.5 billion was too low.

too old

The general turns him down for being 20 years too old.

But this time, he is rejected as he is deemed too old.

During Season 6 he said he was getting too old to be doing this.

considered too

It was considered too big and too heavy, and had handling problems.

Essential maintenance work was considered too much to be justified.

The site was considered too restrictive for larger aircraft to land.

became too

If it became too cold, parts of "Columbia" might freeze.

When the liquid drop became too big, it split into two drops.

Whenever Da-hae cried, Ha Ryu became too restless to do anything.

too little   (demasiado poco)

He does clean work, but settles for too little.

One day, however, he spent too little on food and died.

There was too little land and the crop was poor quality.

proved too   (demostrado también)

Tyrocidine also proved too toxic for systemic usage.

The method proved too limited to be practical.

Although well-liked, it proved too small within a decade.

too short

Low's one complaint was that the game was too short.

Life is too short to hold grudges and I wish him well."

At she always believed she was too short to be a model.

too weak   (muy debil)

Richardson and Hood were also too weak to continue.

The rest of the group remained, too weak to go any further.

My character is too weak and so naive.

become too   (volverse demasiado)

It had become too troublesome and much too expensive to handle.

The stress of running a studio had become too much for her, she said.

Some pets become too afraid to wander into their yards out of fear of being shocked.

too great   (demasiado bueno)

To dance around the facts would be too great a disservice.

As soon as the heat gets too great, just go bankrupt and get out.

If "n" is large enough, then the skew of the distribution is not too great.

too strong

In Frank's case it is not too strong ...

On the day, however, Cork were far too strong for Horan's team.

I have but too strong, too plain reason to doubt of your regard.

too difficult

Some also commented that the passages were too difficult for CE level.

However, managing the territories across the Sahara proved too difficult.

Most digging occurs after rainfall, since dry soil is too difficult to excavate.

too often   (con demasiada frecuencia)

I do not like to open it too often."

For example, eating one food too often makes a person lose a taste for it.

"You can cry wolf once too often over unrealistic threats", Jayasekera wrote.

too big

Other species were too rare, too shy or too big.

When the liquid drop became too big, it split into two drops.

For him I was too big within the club.

too hard

In the end, the makers of Pari try way too hard.

It's not too hard to imagine their story".

I worked too hard to have that reputation.

too early   (demasiado temprano)

It is too early to divulge more about both.

Born 100 days too early, Nicholas weighed only one pound.

The timing was too early in the season.

too slow   (demasiado lento)

The result is a search that is too slow or never completes.

He just flew too low and too slow."

Two trainee mechanics are dismissed on the spot for being too slow.

too dangerous   (demasiado peligroso)

with Edward stating that it would be too dangerous and would act as a warhead.

Fabius continued to argue that confronting Hannibal directly was too dangerous.

They spent most time camping on the ice itself—it was too dangerous to launch the boats.

all too

This is the type of yarn we have all too few of nowadays."

One all too foreign to us.

is all too inadequate)".

little too   (poco también)

program that month because it was "a little too complex".

Maybe I grew up a little too soon."

The burden of taking care of the family becomes a little too much for Roja.

deemed too   (considerado también)

Here too the project was deemed too burdensome.

But this time, he is rejected as he is deemed too old.

Many of these were deemed too childish.

too few

However they were too few to make this a reality.

Some argue that too few students master even algebra.

This leads to a tree with too few samples on the leaves.

too heavy

When he comes to his body feels too heavy to run.

It was considered too big and too heavy, and had handling problems.

It was made after the 85 and 110 proved to be too heavy and expensive.

too fast   (demasiado rapido)

paper hinted that it was moving too fast (i.e.

"Eagle" was traveling too fast.

However police later denied the report and said he was simply driving too fast.

too busy   (demasiado ocupado)

In 2015, Kyle reported that "Tig got too busy."

This journey was postponed, as Linnaeus felt too busy.

Montgomery did not attend the funeral, claiming he was "too busy".

too soon   (demasiado pronto)

The bill he thought could not be rejected too soon."

But it is too soon to forget the past entirely.

When Napoleon saw the charge he said it was an hour too soon.

so too

Fermi and Anderson did so too a few weeks later.

JoMo thinks so too, but he hopes all of them are wrong.

Since has winding number , so too does .

too similar

This idea was shelved when the development team thought the concept was too similar to "".

GameZone praised the graphics, but felt the game was too similar to other simulation games.

Caroline Bee believes that the album is too similar to the previous ones and lacks innovation.

too quickly

He didn't want us getting big ideas too quickly."

but also criticized the issue for ending too quickly.

If held horizontally it may burn too quickly.

much too

But the promised relief arrived much too late.

Much too much noise, much too much commotion!

He opined that Short was much too attentive to his wife.

too good

It seems too good to be true - and it certainly is.

It all seemed too good to be true.

Yoo-gun's martial arts skills are too good and he ends up defeating Ray.

bit too   (poco demasiado)

So, it may be a bit too easy for veterans of the genre.

Which I thought was a bit too soon.

I drank a bit too much.

too costly   (demasiado caro)

This method was too costly for the regular programming.

In the end, the Attack Super Tomcat was considered to be too costly.

Todd proved too costly, and the congregation could not have afforded the £1600 bill.

too much time

At 3–2, Verdasco was warned for taking too much time.

when White loses too much time with the queen.

Denning LJ held that Mr Leaf was barred because too much time had lapsed.

too well   (demasiado bien)

His mother Yolanda isn't taking that too well.

I knew them both too well for it to be a secret for me."

The war was not going too well for Serbia in the autumn of 1915.

just too   (solo demasiado)

It was just too expensive to fix and operate."

Such an operation is just too expensive to be practical.

She's just too embarrassed to say 'hello'.

too ill

By 1871 Archer was too ill to run the school.

Rawnsley, who had also caught influenza, was too ill to attend her funeral.

Bede hoped to visit Ecgbert again in 734, but was too ill to make the journey.

still too   (todavía también)

Aid was still too uncoordinated, unpredictable and un-transparent.

It is still too early in the investigation to establish the real this tragedy."

He was still too young to be permitted to progress to a university immediately.

too far away

"Mercury" had drifted too far away to come to the rescue either.

Surely Tomie is not too far away...

Lee's agent Adam Katz said the two parties were too far away in negotiations.

too narrow   (demasiado estrecho)

Irish law was regarded as too narrow and extreme.

Most of the roads were too narrow for tanks.

The range of Byron's characters, Hazlitt contends, is too narrow.

becoming too

Family groups may split after becoming too large for the available resources.

At age 62, Heyting quit radio work because it was becoming too much of a physical burden.

Soon after the First World War, the original church was becoming too small for its congregation.

too powerful

They are first used after Onslaught grows too powerful.

Robin stands Johnny down due to Johnny's belief that Robin is too powerful for him.

When he returned to resume control, he found his cousin too powerful to be superseded.

too easy

So, it may be a bit too easy for veterans of the genre.

"Mega" said that "beyond the tricky bosses, this is far too easy."

He found the AI too easy to win against, even at the highest level.

too closely

The plot is thin, too, hewing too closely to archetype.

Its purpose is to keep other vehicles from passing too closely.

He hit everybody against the knees who would approach him too closely from the front.

way too

An extended final chase also goes on way too long.

In the end, the makers of Pari try way too hard.

[...] We had way too much TV coverage in Nam.

too complex

program that month because it was "a little too complex".

Some felt the language was too complex; others, too simple.

They determined that the storylines of the later films were too complex when it came to time travel.

becomes too

Eventually, Stag becomes too exhausted to go on.

Sometimes the heat becomes too high, so a shadow may be desired.

If it becomes filled with honey, it becomes too heavy to handle manually.

too poor

However, the recording quality was deemed too poor to broadcast.

The finger-holds are too poor to hang on should the toes catch on each other.

They also stated that many American Samoans are too poor to afford "high-speed internet".

arrived too

Help arrived too late for Cole, who died in the hospital.

Bercsényi arrived too, with French funds and 600 Polish mercenaries.

John Law's successor, the new Tarantula, tried to save him, but arrived too late.

too hot

It would be too hot to be considered habitable.

The days are bright and warm and the sun is not too hot.

And not only too hot, but too possessed of the satiric daemon.

too heavily

East-central Scotland became too heavily dependent on linens, hemp, and jute.

while "Billboard" magazine wrote that it "leans a bit too heavily" to the song.

arrived too late

Help arrived too late for Cole, who died in the hospital.

John Law's successor, the new Tarantula, tried to save him, but arrived too late.

However, the Tipperary contingent arrived too late to take part in the Battle of Dublin.

simply too

It was simply too risky.

Most importantly, the school was simply too small for the growing number of students.

Genji's rank and status is simply too high for the two women to dare raise a commotion.

too seriously   (demasiado seriamente)

But someone is taking the game too seriously ...

Shakespeare never takes himself too seriously."

She's watching cartoons, and you know she doesn't take herself too seriously."

came too

Pirate Captain belonging from the family of hunters which Anise Azeat came too.

Sadly, it seems that for him, Conan's overthrow of the dark priests came too late.

However, these reprisals came too late to prevent the abandonment of Hooley's station.

too deep

Middle flow of the rain is too deep, but it flows through wide valley.

Despite its size, this shark lives too deep to pose much danger to humans.

Oops that's too deep."

too risky   (demasiado arriesgado)

However, the plan was ultimately dismissed as being too risky.

Bulgaria regards becoming a member of the Eurozone at present as too risky.

It was simply too risky.

get too

Chairs can attack by biting if they get too close.

Conductors must not get too close to each other.

But don't get too comfortable.

up too

If it's up too loud, your neighbour is going to call 911.

Harper hangs up too, and is confronted by Troy, holding a gun.

In "Cold Hit", Scully mentions that he might now be opened up too much.

too complicated   (demasiado complicado)

However, most systems were too complicated and unreliable.

Many players found this too complicated.

I felt it was much too complicated, and wouldn't sustain, so I abbreviated it."

too much power

Others fear that Express Entry gives too much power to politicians and bureaucrats.

Passing too much power through the coil can cause it to overheat (see ohmic heating).

The belief that Jews have too much power was considered a common antisemitic view by the ADL.

too cold

If it became too cold, parts of "Columbia" might freeze.

Oshima tried to pass Jarvis but became aware his tyres were too cold.

If served too cold, the smell and the taste will be difficult to appreciate.

too bad

It’s too bad that these hopes have been quashed.

It's only too bad that Mr. Sim had to languish in jail."

It's just too bad they didn't kill them."

gone too

Morgan apologized, saying that he had "gone too far".

But the affair had gone too far.

Davenport had gone too far, charisma or no, and the crowd quickly dispersed.

too thin

and the Ultimates are spread too thin.

However, they considered it "informative but too thin in substance".

You're too thin.'

getting too

During Season 6 he said he was getting too old to be doing this.

Things are getting too busy at Tomorrow's World Today headquarters for just one Field Reporter.

In the 1920s, he began spending his summers in Nova Scotia, claiming "the wilderness is getting too crowded".

too did

As the use of these kettles increased, so too did the intricacy.

She too did not fit into the gender dichotomy of female stereotypes.

"Ek Gaon Ki Kahani" too did not succeed, but the Telugu version did.

not too far

Surely Tomie is not too far away...

The remains of the "Amboy" lie not too far from the wreck of the "Spencer".

The Kowloon ambulance depot is not too far away on Princess Margaret Road, Homantin.

came too late

Sadly, it seems that for him, Conan's overthrow of the dark priests came too late.

However, these reprisals came too late to prevent the abandonment of Hooley's station.

The troops came too late: the town was surrounded by Mongolian troops, reinforcement detachment was crushed.

proved too much

However, The Great Depression proved too much for the company, and it went under in 1932.

The distance between Los Angeles and New York proved too much from a management stand point.

The great slaughter proved too much to stomach reducing the Akhal-Tekke country to submission.

too shallow

Her shallow draught allowed her to operate in waters too shallow for the enemy U-boats.

However, the water in Tucker Bayou next to the park was too shallow for the boat to dock there.

Swamps and rivers made travel by land difficult, and the inlets and sounds were too shallow to allow big ships.

too dark

There was a time when people thought J*Davey’s music was too dark.

They became stranded in the open when it became too dark to carry the casualties safely.

There was this big backlash that it was too dark, but I found this movie much less dark."

became too small

The collection grew steadily and the existing premises became too small.

The first two were lost in fire and the third House soon became too small.

The first school was opened in 1883 but by 1950 the school became too small.

having too

Hyperchloremia (having too much chloride) usually does not produce symptoms.

If the bend is too much, this is referred to as having too much angle in the leg.

England's cricket team had a perceived problem of having too many foreign-born players.

gone too far

Morgan apologized, saying that he had "gone too far".

But the affair had gone too far.

Davenport had gone too far, charisma or no, and the crowd quickly dispersed.

too easily

I also felt the cartoons were being too easily accepted."

"The problem raised by the Swartz case is … [that] felony liability under the statute is triggered much too easily.

This coin faced controversy due to being too easily mistaken as a $1, as it was only slightly larger of the same color.

too harsh

These records did not satisfy him, the instrument being too harsh.

He agreed when asked if he thought that the sanctions were too harsh.

Marinetti did, however, fight a duel with a critic he considered too harsh.

either too   (tampoco)

Evacuation orders therefore were issued either too late or not at all.

Accommodation was either too big, too small, in the wrong location or required too much upkeep.

Potential complications include an irregular heartbeat, which can be either too fast or too slow.

too severe   (demasiado severo)

However, Moore's wounds were too severe and he died the following day.

Still, economic circumstances were not too severe when compared to the rest of Europe.

The leg injury proved too severe, and his retirement was officially announced on 7 October.

too soft

People claimed the law was too soft.

The developers think the game's just right; that they're being too soft.

As a pure metal, tin is much too soft to use for most practical purposes.

often too   (a menudo también)

He also said the FAA is often too quick to bend to pressure from airlines and pilots."

Their father, it seemed, was often too absorbed in his own work to notice his children's behavior.

Fougère toured the States for many years, but her performance was often too 'strong' for the audience.

too wide

"North Star" was also 9 inches too wide for the lock.

It can also be poled or paddled, but is too wide for efficient paddling.

Shawn Gold, Myspace's former head of marketing and content, said "Myspace went too wide and not deep enough in its product development.

gets too

As soon as the heat gets too great, just go bankrupt and get out.

It gets too lightweight."

Wally watches Woody make a sandwich, gets too close, and becomes part of it.

not be too

While a player is taking a free hit or starting a corner the back swing of their hit cannot be too high for this is considered dangerous.

He claimed that he kept his mouth open as he lived on air and that he stood on one leg so that it would not be too heavy for the earth to bear him.

Producer Mark Shivas was advised by Intellectual Animals UK that the pigs used should be female and six months old so as to not be too large or aggressive.

too slowly

This compound was discontinued because the cation biodegrades too slowly.

He felt that President Lincoln acted too slowly to bring an end to slavery.

Human rights groups have charged that the judicial cases progressed too slowly.

too many people

I think too many people take their health for granted.

Most of those subdivisions contain too many people to fit Jefferson's vision.

Hall commented in the party's newsletter that "too many people see the LCL as a party tied to conservative traditions.

take too

would take too long to execute.

“Does Burns take too much credit for the seemingly substantial work he did on "Negro Digest" and "Ebony"?

Should the ship take too much damage, the ship will respawn after a few moments, but the player's score will be penalized.