English version

in excess of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin excess of somethingin excess of somethingMORE THAN A NUMBER OR AMOUNTmore than a particular amount The car reached speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. excess
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in excess of somethingAmounts paid as salary that are in excess of what is reasonable are treated as dividends.Drexel has netted fees in excess of $ 100 million for single take-overs.Skin and fat can not be present in excess of natural proportions.Any funds realized in excess of the amount owed must be returned to the borrower.Payments received in excess of the amount loaned are the property of the borrower.The director earns an annual salary in excess of $100,000.The AFL-CIO also has spent in excess of $ 10 million to organize its election-year drive.The deal is for 15 years and is valued in excess of $ 100 million.Over several days, glycosuria leads to a significant osmotic diuresis, with losses of water in excess of sodium.
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