de trop[də trō′]
de trop definition by Webster's New World
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- too much; too many
- unwanted; superfluous; in the way
de trop definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Too much or too many; excessive or superfluous: In retrospect the elaborate preparations seemed de trop.
Origin: French : de, of, in + trop, excess.