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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishover-the-topˌover-the-ˈtop adjective British English informal  EXAGGERATE (abbreviation OTT) remarks, behaviour etc that are over-the-top are so extreme or unreasonable that they seem stupid or offensive It’s a bit over-the-top to call him a fascist.
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over-the-topHis raptures over pretty strangers and their come-hither designer clothes were as over-the-top as his enthusiasm for a new cocktail.All too often supposedly top officials turn highly entertaining games into a farce with over-the-top bookings.Could it be the hysterical over-the-top camerawork, proving any amount of slow-motion and soft-focus still do not actually score as style.She specializes in over-the-top satirical comedy.It made me cringe at its over-the-top violence.
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