Definitions for TOOtu
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
in addition; also; furthermore; moreover:
young, clever, and rich too.
to an excessive or marked degree; beyond what is usual, desirable, fitting, etc.:
too sick to travel; too suprised for words.
more, as specified, than should be:
too near the fire.
(used as an emphatic affirmative to contradict a negative statement):
I am too!
extremely; very (usu. with a negative):
none too pleased with the results.
Origin of too:
bef. 900; ME to, OE, stressed var. of to (adv.), sp. too since the 16th cent.
excessively, overly, to a fault, too(adverb)
to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits
besides, too, also, likewise, as well(adverb)
"he has a Mercedes, too"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
Can I have a drink too?; I've read that book too.
more than is allowed, necessary, acceptable, etc.
You're being too noisy.; I ate too much.; It's much too easy to break the lock.
emphasizes some adjectives and adverbs
All too often, it's his parents who have to pay his debts.; I'd be only too happy to help.
"How do you feel?" "Not too good."
also; in addition.
To an excessive degree; over; more than enough.
To a high degree, very
used to contradict a negative assertion.
Origin: to, from to, adverbial use of preposition to. The sense of "in addition, also" deriving from the original meaning of "apart, separately" (compare prefix to-). More at to.
over; more than enough; -- noting excess; as, a thing is too long, too short, or too wide; too high; too many; too much
likewise; also; in addition
Too is the fourth album from Fantastic Plastic Machine and the follow-up to beautiful. It was recorded in Tokyo's Never Ever Studios. Performances on the album include voice actor Ward E. Sexton, British acid jazz band Incognito and French singer Coralie Clément.
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'TOO' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #118
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'TOO' in Written Corpus Frequency: #189
Rank popularity for the word 'TOO' in Adverbs Frequency: #19
Translations for TOO
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to a greater extent, or more, than is required, desirable or suitable
He's too fat for his clothes; I'm not feeling too well.
- فَوْقَ الحَد، أكْثَر من اللازِمArabic
- demasiadoPortuguese (BR)
- πάρα πολύ, υπερβολικάGreek
- liiga, vägaEstonian
- بیش از حد؛ خیلیFarsi
- יוֹתֵר מִדַיHebrew
- ज्यादा ही, बहुतHindi
- previše, odvećCroatian
- of, meira en hæfilegt erIcelandic
- 너무, 지나치게Korean
- per daugLithuanian
- for, såNorwegian
- za, zbytPolish
- بیش از حد؛ خیلیPersian
- هم، همداسې: ډېر، خوار ډېر، بې كچه، دومره ډېر چې دپښېمانۍ وړوىPashto
- för, alltförSwedish
- gereğinden fazla, ...-emiyecek kadarTurkish
- 太，非常，很Chinese (Trad.)
- (за)надто; дужеUkrainian
- بہت زيادہ، حد سے زيادہUrdu
- 太，过于，非常，很Chinese (Simp.)
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