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excess 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ikˈses/,/ˈekses/,
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excesses, plural;
  1. Exceeding a prescribed or desirable amount
    • - trim any excess fat off the meat
Noun
  1. An amount of something that is more than necessary, permitted, or desirable
    • - are you suffering from an excess of stress in your life?
  2. The amount by which one quantity or number exceeds another
    • - the excess of imports over exports rose $1.4 billion
  3. Lack of moderation in an activity, esp. eating or drinking
    • - bouts of alcoholic excess
  4. Outrageous or immoderate behavior
    • - the worst excesses of the French Revolution
  5. The action of exceeding a permitted limit
    • - there is no issue as to excess of jurisdiction

  1. a quantity much larger than is needed
  2. more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it ...
  3. immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits
  4. surfeit: the state of being more than full
  5. overindulgence: excessive indulgence; "the child was spoiled by overindulgence"
  6. The state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure beyond sufficiency, necessity, or duty; that which exceeds what is usual or proper; immoderateness; superfluity; superabundance; extravagance; as, an excess of provisions or of light; The degree or amount by which one thing ...
  7. Unless specified otherwise the client will be responsible for the insurance excess in the case of damage to and or loss of the vehicle.
  8. Going over the prescribed amount or degree e.g. excess luggage is luggage of which the weight is over the weight for free carriage.
  9. The agreed amount of some or all losses arising under an insurance contract that must be borne by the insured.
  10. The initial sum you have to pay on an insurance claim.
  11. Coverage that applies only after some other policy has paid its full policy Limit. This may result from policy structure, such as in the case of an Excess Liability or Umbrella policy, or as a result of two policies applying to the same loss. (See Primary)
  12. Property which is not needed by a department but may be needed by other departments at Carnegie Mellon.
  13. this refers to a monetary threshold which the insurance policy holder will be liable for before they can competently be entitled to submit an application for indemnification from the insurance provider. ...
  14. generally refers to too much heat, cold, damp, yin or yang
  15. this is the amount of money that you contribute towards the cost of a claim. With Cycleguard there is no excess as standard on your bicycle insurance except in the following instances:
  16. The amount you will have to pay on any insurance claim you might make. The amount varies so always check what the excess is before buying an insurance policy. The cost of the insurance cover can be affected by the level of the excess.
  17. The part of a claim you must pay. Sometimes more than one excess can apply, in which case we add them together.
  18. Land: In regard to an improved site, the land not needed to serve or support the existing improvement. In regard to a vacant site or a site considered as though vacant, the land not needed to accommodate the site’s primary highest and best use. ...
  19. An amount that you agree to pay towards the cost of hospital treatment, in exchange for lower premium costs. You may be required to pay an excess every time you go to hospital, or only the first time, depending on the private health insurance policy you take out. ...
  20. means the amount which you must first pay for each claim arising from the one event before a claim can be made under your policy.
  21. Applies to an insurance claim. Simply the first part of any claim that must be covered by yourself.
  22. An excess on a policy is the first amount that must be contributed by the insured towards each claim. When one or more excesses apply to an AAMI policy, they will be shown on the insurance schedule and updated on the renewal notice.
  23. some breakdown providers charge an excess fee on claims.
  24. Monstrosity sometimes caused by excess of seed, fertility, or imagination. See also Lack; Pare.
  25. Percentage departure of realised rainfall from normal rainfall is + 20% or more.