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Etymology:

Uncommon before 1920. Possibly an ellipsis of a bit + too + much


Synonyms:

(a bit too much): over the top, OTT, too


Noun:

a bit much (uncountable) (idiomatic, of undesirable behaviour) More than is reasonable; a bit too much. 1996 July 27, Tara Mack, “The Super Market Man; Johnny Johnson Is Selling Pride as Well as Groceries in Richmond”, Washington Post: He says sometimes people even ask him for his autograph. But that's a bit much, even for Johnny Johnson.


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