trop

[ troh ]
/ troʊ /

adverb French.

too; too much or too many.

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trop-

variant of tropo- before a vowel: tropism.

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de trop
[ duh troh ]
/ də ˈtroʊ /

adjective

too much; too many.
in the way; not wanted.

Origin of de trop

Borrowed into English from French around 1950–55
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British Dictionary definitions for trop

de trop
/ French (də tro) /

adjective

(postpositive) not wanted; in the way; superfluous

Word Origin for de trop

literally: of too much
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Medical definitions for trop

trop-

pref.

Variant oftropo-
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