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  *太* | 太* | *太
highest / greatest / too (much) / very / extremely
  *过* | 过* | *过
to cross / to go over / to pass (time) / to celebrate (a holiday) / to live / to get along / excessively / too-
  *也* | 也* | *也
also / too / (in Classical Chinese) final particle implying affirmation
  *够* | 够* | *够
enough (sufficient) / enough (too much) / (coll.) (before adj.) really / (coll.) to reach by stretching out
as well as / too / and
too bad / how terrible / what bad luck / terrible / bad
preferably / one would prefer to...(or not to...) / would rather / (would) be better to / (to pick) the lesser of two evils
too much / excessively
excessive / over- / excess / going too far / extravagant / intemperate / overdue
to bring together / to make do in a bad situation / to just get by / to improvise / passable / not too bad
to exceed / to overstep / to go too far / to encroach
too many / excessive
too low
there's not enough time (to do sth) / it's too late (to do sth)
How are you getting by? / How's life? / contraction of 過得去|过得去, can get by / tolerably well / not too bad
too high
too many to count (idiom); innumerable
to love sth too much to part with it (idiom); to fondle admiringly
too horrible to contemplate / unthinkable / inconceivable
(of a turn of events) not too encouraging / far from good / anything but reassuring
as soon as possible / at the first opportunity / the sooner the better / before it's too late
to be in love when one is too young / puppy love
to take seriously (often with negative expression: "don't take it too seriously") / to treat conscientiously
spectacle too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic sight / appalling scenes of devastation
it isn't worth it / not cost-effective / not profitable / too expensive
too few / insufficient
too busy / to have no time for / fully occupied
to overstep the bounds of what is proper / to take sth too far / (of a measuring device) to go off the scale
lit. start off leniently (idiom); please do not be too strict with me / Do not judge me too harshly. / Look favorably on my humble efforts.
  *忒* | 忒* | *忒
(dialect) too / very / also pr. [tui1]
lit. too much for the eye to take in (idiom); a feast for the eyes
nothing is too bizarre / full of extraordinary things
too high to reach (idiom); eminent and unapproachable
to be too embarrassed to mention sth (idiom) / to find it hard to speak about sth
too wonderful for words
too weak to stand up to the wind (idiom); extremely delicate / fragile state of health
too numerous to mention individually or one by one
worried too much
lit. dry mouth and tongue (idiom); to talk too much
a hidden trouble hard to mention (idiom) / sth too embarrassing to mention / an embarrassing illness
to stop before going too far (idiom); to stop while one can / don't overdo it / stop while you're ahead
to marry too early
too late for regrets (idiom); It is useless to repent after the event.
you're too kind / you flatter me
to bite off more than one can chew (idiom) / to aim too high
to wait a moment / do not go too soon
to think too much of oneself / self-important / arrogant
too far is as bad as not enough (idiom, from the Analects)
lit. poultry and dogs rise to Heaven (idiom) / fig. to ride on sb else's success / Once one man gets a government position, all his cronies get in too / Once sb has cracked the problem, every Tom, Dick and Harry can do it
to tear up / to rip up / too shred
neither too fast nor too slow (idiom)
then it's too late (colloquial)
cannot cope / find it too much / incessantly
it is not too late (idiom)
the rice is cooked / what's done is done / it's too late to change anything now (idiom)
lit. the whip cannot reach (idiom); beyond one's influence / too far to be able to help
can't manage to count / too many to count
there can never be too much deception in war / in war nothing is too deceitful / all's fair in war
extreme joy turns to sorrow (idiom); Don't celebrate too soon, things could still go wrong!
more hands than needed (idiom); too many cooks spoil the broth
premature / too soon
to overdose on supplementary medicine / to cram too hard
(idiom) to have one's hands full managing one's own affairs / too busy to spare time for anything extra
more than one would wish / somewhat / a bit too (old, contrived, distracting etc)
a thousand cups of wine is not too much when best friends meet (idiom) / when you're with close friends, you can let your hair down
as soon as possible / at the first opportunity / the sooner the better / before it's too late
too clever by half / excessive ingenuity
lit. ghosts are afraid of evil too / an evil person fears someone even more evil (idiom)
lit. I'm ashamed and dare not (accept the honor); fig. I do not deserve your praise. / You flatter me too much.
to satisfy rival demands (idiom) / to get the best of both worlds / to have it both ways / to have one's cake and eat it too
  *饇* | 饇* | *饇
to eat too much / to confer
to push sb too far / to go too far (in oppressing people)
to praise too much / I really don't deserve so much praise
(Tw) (Internet slang) too late, someone posted that already (supposedly from "lag" misspelled as "leg")
lit. the eye cannot bear to see it (idiom); a scene too pitiful to behold
water that is too clear has no fish, and one who is too severe has no friends (idiom)
not enough time (to do sth) / too late (to do sth)
to love sth too much to part with it (idiom)
rooted to the spot (idiom); too terrified to move
to shrink back in fear (idiom); too cowardly to advance
if you say too much, you're bound to slip up at some point (idiom)
lit. slow no aid to urgent (idiom); slow measures will not address a critical situation / too slow to meet a pressing need
Rear a tiger and court disaster. (idiom); fig. if you're too lenient with sb, he will damage you later / to cherish a snake in one's bosom
to be neither too familiar nor too distant / to keep sb at arm's length
it is not too late (idiom)
the eye cannot take it all in (idiom); too many good things to see / a feast for the eyes
refrain from going to extremes in meting out punishment / not be too hard on subject
too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic spectacle / appalling scenes of devastation
if one is too calculating, it will be the cause of one's own undoing (famous line in "A Dream of Red Mansions" 紅樓夢|红楼梦)
lit. the eye cannot see the eyelashes (idiom); fig. unable to see one's own faults / to lack self-awareness / truths too close to home
to fall short of / not as good as / too late
to go too far (in word or deed) / over the top
(idiom) too appalling to look at
too late for regrets (idiom); It is useless to repent after the event.
not to be censured too strictly (idiom) / not altogether inexcusable / understandable
lit. one cannot bite one's own navel (idiom) / fig. too late for regrets
too uncouth to appear in public (idiom) / unfit for a public role
if you take too big a stride, you could easily rip your balls (catchphrase) (line spoken by actor 葛優|葛优 in the 2010 action comedy movie 讓子彈飛|让子弹飞) / (fig.) take things one step at a time
Zhang Hua (232-300), Western Jin writer, poet and politician / Zhang Hua (1958-1982), student held up as a martyr after he died saving an old peasant from a septic tank / other Zhang Hua's too numerous to mention
to shy to speak out / tongue-tied / to hesitate / too embarrassing for words

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