- adj.过度的，过分的; 不适当的; 未到期的; 逾分;
They are taking undue advantage of the situation.
The voting went off without any undue irregularities.
It might give the Commission undue influence over the coming negotiations.
Any exercise that causes undue shortness of breath should be stopped.
It is unrealistic to put undue pressure on ourselves by saying we are the best.
He had behaved with undue and oily familiarity.
It would be wise not to give undue importance to his criticisms.
He tried to exercise an undue influence upon his colleagues.
Don't treat the matter with undue haste.
We abstained without undue damage to our position in Africa.
There was no reason for undue haste.
This would help the families to survive the drought without undue suffering.
Undue skin contact should be avoided.
They want to be recognized and valued, without undue attention given to them.
We should not put undue stress on the conditions, but should not underestimate the condition either.
Use # 6 to mute yourself , # 7 undue and ask questions.
要静音, 输入 #6.取消静音并提问, 输入 #7.
His dress stops just short of undue elegance.
Far from benefiting consumers, alliances and between firms may give them undue influence over the market.
公司联手 、 合并远远不能给顾客带来实惠,反而可能使这些公司对市场拥有不适当的影响力.
A miser gives undue importance to making and saving money.
He was the coach's priority and it was not a deal any undue conditions.
I would caution against undue optimism.
Children's English ability should be improved gradually and progressively in daily life without any undue haste.
The computer may promote undue confidence in concrete answers.
Another reason is that I would not like any undue publicity for or against anyone.
He did his work with undue haste.
Carefully remember the rule of undue delay ; slow play to ensure the process in order.
This undue pressure exerted on the elderly is unacceptable.
He showed undue concern over her.
Examples of void contracts are those entered as a result misrepresentation, duress or undue influence.
因欺诈 、 胁迫和乘人之危而签订的合同属于可撤销合同.
On several occasions, I speak up, asking others to refrain from addressing me with undue familiarity.
在某些场合, 我会大声说出来, 请别人不要用过于熟稔的称呼来叫我.
1. not yet payable;
"an undue loan"
2. not appropriate or proper (or even legal) in the circumstances;
"I didn't want to show undue excitement"
"accused of using undue force"
3. lacking justification or authorization;
"unreasonable searches and seizures"
"desire for undue private profit"
"unwarranted limitations of personal freedom"
4. beyond normal limits;
"a book of inordinate length"
"his dress stops just short of undue elegance"