a bit too much
a bit too much,
also, a bit much
- behave in an unfair manner.
- behave in an unreasonable manner.
- be in a situation that is beyond what you can deal with.
- something excessive or annoying.
- I need the money, but working 10 hours daily in the kitchen is a bit too much.
- He was fired for being a bit too much at the office party.
- I know Jason did you wrong, but don’t you think throwing him out is a bit too much?
- You criticize her a bit too much. Instead of making her better, she will lose her confidence.
- They advised their son against marrying her, as they thought she was a bit much.
- They are still kids. That advice is a bit too much for their minds to comprehend.
- He is an intelligent kid, but don’t you think expecting him to score everything is a bit too much?
- Learning ten chapters a day is a bit too much, so we asked for some time to rest.
The idiom is the extended version of the phrase “a bit much.” It refers to something or a situation that is more than expected. The literary origin is unknown, but the term is believed to have been uncommon before the 18th century.
See also: a bit much