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Too much in Spanish 🇪🇸

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too much demasiado
How to say “too much” in Spanish? “Demasiado”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “demasiado” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on too much in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “Too much”

Spanish sentence with “demasiado” English translation for demasiado S

Es demasiado importante estirarse para hacer yoga.

It is too important to stretch out to do yoga.

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Normal speech: deh-mah-see-AH-doh
IPA: de.ˈma.sja.ðo

8 months ago


Derived from Latin “de magis” (too much)

6 months ago

demasiado info.

Tips to remember the word “demasiado”:
– Think of it as two words “de” (of) and “masiado”, which resembles “más” (more) hence “of more” or “too much”.
– Associate the word with “too” by thinking of “de-más” (of more) as being too much more.

– In Spanish, “demasiado” is an adverb or adjective used to indicate an excess or an overly large quantity of something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Excesivo (excessive)
– Sobremanera (exceedingly)
– Sobrado (more than enough)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In some contexts, “demasiado” can informally indicate something is very or extremely, similar to saying “too” as in “too good”.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Esto es demasiado picante para mí.” (This is too spicy for me.)
– “Tengo demasiados libros en mi habitación.” (I have too many books in my room.)
– “Llegamos demasiado tarde al cine y la película ya había empezado.” (We arrived too late to the cinema and the movie had already started.)
– “Comí demasiado y ahora me siento lleno.” (I ate too much and now I feel full.)
– “Este regalo es demasiado para alguien que acabo de conocer.” (This gift is too much for someone I just met.)
– “¡Eres demasiado! No puedo creer que hicieras todo esto por mi****pleaños.” (You’re too much! I can’t believe you did all this for my birthday.)

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