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  • 1 Excess — Ex*cess , n. [OE. exces, excess, ecstasy, L. excessus a going out, loss of self possession, fr. excedere, excessum, to go out, go beyond: cf. F. exc[ e]s. See {Exceed}.] 1. The state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 excess — ex·cess adj: more than a usual or specified amount; specif: additional to an amount specified under another insurance policy excess coverage excess insurance Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 3 excess — n Excess, superfluity, surplus, surplusage, overplus denote something which goes beyond a limit or bound. Excess applies to whatever exceeds a limit, measure, bound, or accustomed degree {in measure rein thy joy; scant this excess Shak.} {the… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 4 Excess Baggage — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Excess Baggage Título Exceso de equipaje (España e Hispanoamérica) Ficha técnica Dirección Marco Brambilla Dirección artística Richard Hudolin Producción …

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  • 5 Excess-3 — binary coded decimal (XS 3), also called biased representation or Excess N, is a numeral system used on some older computers that uses a pre specified number N as a biasing value. It is a way to represent values with a balanced number of positive …

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  • 6 Excess reserves — are bank reserves in excess of the reserve requirement set by a central bank (in the United States, a Federal Reserve Bank; in Canada, the Bank of Canada). Holding excess reserves is generally considered costly and uneconomical as no interest is… …

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  • 7 Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption — (EPOC, informally called afterburn) is a measurably increased rate of oxygen intake following strenuous activity intended to erase the body s oxygen debt. In historical context the term oxygen debt was popularized to explain or perhaps attempt to …

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  • 8 Excess Burden —   [ɪk ses bəːdn; englisch »Zusatzlast«] die, , Finanzwissenschaft: die Wohlfahrtsverluste, die als Folge der Besteuerung über den Kaufkraftentzug (Steuerzahllast) hinaus entstehen, wenn durch die Besteuerung die marktmäßigen Preis und… …

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  • 9 excess capacity — ➔ capacity * * * excess capacity UK US noun [U] ► ECONOMICS, COMMERCE the ability to hold or deal with a larger number of people or things than is needed at the present time: »The airline has shifted some of its excess capacity from Asian to… …

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  • 10 excess demand — ➔ demand * * * excess demand UK US noun [U] ► ECONOMICS a situation in which customers want more of a product or service than is available: excess demand for sth »When there is excess demand for housing, house prices rise quickly …

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  • 11 excess fare — noun Payment for distance travelled beyond, or in a higher class than, that allowed by the ticket • • • Main Entry: ↑excess * * * excess fare UK US noun [countable] [singular excess fare plural …

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  • 12 excess cash flow — USA Refers to a financial measurement used in the loan agreement which activates the requirement for mandatory prepayments of the loan. Excess cash flow generally reflects the amount of money or cash flow a company generates from operations after …

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  • 13 excess fare — ➔ fare * * * excess fare UK US noun [C] ► an amount of money a passenger has to pay if they do not have the correct ticket: »If you have a season ticket but are riding out of your zone, you will be charged an excess fare …

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  • 14 excess baggage — Ⅰ. excess baggage ► bags, cases, etc. that weigh more than the weight you are allowed to take onto a plane, or the extra money you have to pay for it to be taken: »On the return trip we were charged $80 excess baggage. Main Entry: ↑baggage Ⅱ.… …

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  • 15 excess — [ek ses′, ikses′; ] also, esp.for adj. [, ek′ses΄] n. [ME & OFr exces < L excessus < pp. of excedere: see EXCEED] 1. action or conduct that goes beyond the usual, reasonable, or lawful limit 2. lack of moderation; intemperance;… …

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  • 16 Excess All Areas — ряд музыкальных альбомов различных исполнителей. Excess All Areas альбом группы «Shy» Excess All Areas альбом группы «Scooter» …

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  • 17 excess layers — Layers of insurance that sit in excess of the primary layer and retention/excess. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010 …

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  • 18 excess insurance — n. A secondary insurance policy covering a loss in excess of that covered under a primary policy; may be referred to as excess policy. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …

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  • 19 excess luggage — or excess baggage noun Luggage above the weight allowed free • • • Main Entry: ↑excess …

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  • 20 excess profits tax — noun A tax on profits in excess of those for a specified base period or over a rate adopted as a reasonable return on capital • • • Main Entry: ↑excess …

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