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adv. too, excessively
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Is 过于 (guòyú) used to indicate excess or something more than necessary?
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Yes, 过于 (guòyú) is used to indicate excess or something more than necessary. It is a two-character phrase that literally translates to "overly" or "excessively". It is used to describe something that is done to an excessive degree, such as when someone does something too much or too often. For example, one might say 这个孩子过于活跃 (zhège háizi guòyú huóyuè) to mean "this child is overly active".
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