too
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too(
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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (as well)
a. también
He can play the guitar and the piano too.Sabe tocar la guitarra y el piano también.
2. (excessive)
a. demasiado
If you add too much sugar, you will oversweeten the cake.Si añades demasiado azúcar, empalagarás el pastel.
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too
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (excessively)
a. demasiado
it's too difficultes demasiado difícil
too muchdemasiado
I know her all or only too wellla conozco demasiado bien
you're too kindes usted muy amable
he's not too well todayno se encuentra muy or demasiado bien hoy
too bad!¡qué se le va a hacer!
it's too bad you weren't here earlieres una pena que no estuvieras aquí antes
2. (colloquial)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
too right!¡desde luego!
3. (also)
a. también
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too [tuː]
adverb
1 (excessively) demasiado
it's too easy es demasiado fácil; it's too sweet está demasiado or muy dulce; it's too heavy for me to lift es demasiado pesado para que yo lo levante; it's too hot to drink está demasiado caliente para beberlo; it's not too difficult no es muy difícil
too bad! ¡mala suerte!; ¡qué le vamos a hacer!; ¡ni modo!; (Méx)
it's too early for that es (muy) temprano para eso
it's too good to be true no puede ser
I'm not too keen on the idea la idea no me hace gracia que digamos
too many demasiados
too many difficulties demasiadas dificultades
too much demasiado
too much jam demasiada mermelada (f); he talks too much habla demasiado; you gave me a dollar too much me dio un dólar de más; that's too much by half de eso sobra la mitad; don't make too much of it no le des mucha importancia; it was all too much for her [+emotion] era demasiado para ella; era más de lo que pudo soportar; [+work] estaba agobiada por tanto trabajo; it's too much for me to cope with yo no puedo con tanto; his rudeness is too much su descortesía es intolerable; it's too much! (fantastic) ¡qué demasiado! (informal); ¡esto es demasiado!; (excessive) esto pasa de la raya; esto pasa de castaño oscuro
too often con demasiada frecuencia; muy a menudo
too right!too true! ¡muy bien dicho!; ¡y cómo!
2 (also) también; (moreover) además
I went too yo fui también; I speak French and Japanese too hablo francés y también japonés; not only that, he's blind too! no solo eso, ¡además es ciego!; she is, too! ¡y tanto que lo es!
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toa
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toa(
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ah
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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (animal)
a. porthole shovelnose catfish
Vimos una toa en el agua al lado de la canoa.We saw a porthole shovelnose catfish in the water next to the canoe.
2.
A word or phrase that is no longer used in contemporary language and is recognized as being from another era (e.g. thou).
(archaic)
(nautical)
Regionalism used in Cuba
(Cuba)
a. towrope
La toa se cortó y el bote quedó a la deriva.The towrope was cut and the boat went adrift.
b. hawser
El marinero amarró la toa al barco.The sailor tied the hawser to the boat.
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