Definition of too good to be true in English:

too good to be true

phrase

  • So great or impressive as to be difficult to believe.

    ‘five league wins in a row was just too good to be true’
    • ‘He promised investors returns on their money that were too good to be true.’
    • ‘He is a mighty war hero whose features appear to be so perfect that it seems too good to be true.’
    • ‘It seems too good to be true but thus far we have seen no hidden problems or costs.’
    • ‘We often believe counterfeit items to be the real thing even if the prices are too good to be true.’
    • ‘This school was too good to be true.’