English version

generous/loyal/honest etc to a fault

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenerous/loyal/honest etc to a faultgenerous/loyal/honest etc to a faultVERYextremely generous, loyal etc Barry’s kind, caring and generous to a fault. fault
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generous/loyal/honest etc to a faultYour tutor may be generous to a fault but can not reward irrelevance or peripheral knowledge display. 3.His father's brother, Gloucester had hitherto been loyal to a fault.He is loyal to a fault, even to his enemies.David was loyal to a fault, and in his naive understanding quietly expected the same kind of loyalty in return.
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