- too; too much or too many.
- variant of tropo- before a vowel: tropism.
- too much; too many.
- in the way; not wanted.
Origin of de trop
Examples from the Web for trop
Historical Examples of trop
He had committed the worst offence in our profession, trop de zele.The Parisians, Complete
Just so; they rid the country of the trop plein, and prevent a redundant population.Economic Sophisms
When September came on, James found the air on the castle-hill "trop vif."Odd Bits of History
Henry W. Wolff
She tid have a trop too moch sometimes, put nefer forcot herself.Resurrection
It was, as he had said to Mrs. Moreen in Venice, trop fort—everything was trop fort.The Pupil
- (postpositive) not wanted; in the way; superfluous
Word Origin for de trop
- Variant oftropo-