Too

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Definition

too (expensive): overly, excessively, unreasonably (expensive)
adverb

(me) too: (me) also, additionally, as well
adverb

(-Have a nice day!) -You too!: (-Have a nice day!) - I hope that you also have a good day!
idiom

Examples

  • "I know you don't care too much"
  • "Several members of staff have come to me to complain that they're seeing too much of you - and Susan Bliss does not find it funny when you do that loincloth dance in her office."
  • "You love it too?"
  • "Brian : Well I don't think we should expect too much of the HR department, Jean."
  • "Too hard standin' on my own two feet"
  • "Too hot in the hot tub!"
  • "Susie : Yeah, you too! Where's Samantha?"
  • "Too close!"
  • "Horatio : Oleré is hungry too!"
  • "And the beauty of this song is - in case it wins me any bonus points - you can also use it for New Year too, which I assume I'll also be spending alone."

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