adverb: To an excessive degree: overly protective.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Numerous insurers have obtained permission from home-state regulators to deviate from what they term overly conservative rules.
Mr. Christie repeatedly uses the example of his own health-care package, which he calls overly generous, as an example of why public employees need to pay more for their health care.
Piyush Tiwari, who works in finance for American Express, escaped what he called his overly air-conditioned office for a 15-minute break.
The PAC also criticized the bowls for what it called overly generous perks, citing the $750,000 in travel expenses for the Orange Bowl in 2009 and the Sugar Bowl's $200,000 in "gifts and bonuses" in 2008; and "frivolous" use of funds, such as the Orange Bowl spending more than $1 million in entertaining and catering in 2009, and the Fiesta Bowl shelling out nearly $400,000 for its "Fiesta Frolic" golf retreat in 2009.
Telstra executives have been critical of what they described as overly onerous government regulations.