- 1 [as submodifier] To a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively: he was driving too fast he wore suits that seemed a size too small for himMás ejemplos en oraciones
- A small number in the queue do have an NHS dentist, but the wait is too long to see them.
- However, if you leave it too late, or wait to see if rates fall further, you could lose out.
- Work on the master plan needs to begin because the area has waited for too long already.
- 1.1 • informal Very: you’re too kindMás ejemplos en oraciones
- We didn't have to wait too long before we got in and I must say that Santa was very good.
- I had to do a bit of work this morning but nothing too taxing, then I decided to rush off and find this cache.
- She had some very important news to tell Jake, and she didn't want to have to wait too long!
- 2In addition; also: is he coming too?Más ejemplos en oraciones
- He zeroes in on the face of an old woman, showing that the weak and elderly are victims too.
- She then has to solve the riddle of the tape before she too falls victim to its curse.
- I could see there was a lot of other stuff inside there too, and a lot more money besides.
- 2.1Moreover (used when adding a further point): she is a grown woman, and a strong one tooMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Note too that we would not even consider this to be a coherent semantic field in English.
- They got a return match and won it too by four wickets at the same venue two weeks later.
- He knows every world leader on this planet, and possibly those on other planets too.
all too ——
- Used to emphasize that something is the case to an extreme or unwelcome extent: failures are all too commonMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Here is a story of our times - one which is all too common and all too regrettable.
- Despite the change in the law regarding this action, this sight is still all too common.
- Use of inappropriate methods for the analysis of cost data is all too common.
none too ——
- Far from; not very: her sight’s none too goodMás ejemplos en oraciones
- In any event I was none too pleased that someone had defiled the book.
- From what I can see, she's none too happy about the news media's performance.
- My father was none too pleased that I was driving all the way to St. Louis.
- see only.
- see bad.
- see far.
- see much.
- see right.
Old English, stressed form of to, spelled too from the 16th century.