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I was too excited to sleep.
It’s too cold to sit outside.
I’m getting too old for dangerous sports like hockey.
The table was too heavy for one person to carry.
They rarely have meals together. They’re far too busy.
The sight of so much suffering was too much for him.
‘I’m starting to feel hungry.’ ‘Me too.’
Helen’s got a lovely voice, and she’s a good dancer too.
Taking bribes is immoral. It’s bad policy too!
Of course, our customers complain, but we too have our problems.
Well, now he’s in jail – and a good thing too!
‘You don’t know how to change a tyre.’ ‘I do too.’
All too often it is the victim who gets blamed.
the all too familiar story of a man ruined by his own ambition
They discovered that unfortunately the rumour was only too true.
I knew only too well how dangerous the operation might be.
I’d be only too happy to help.
‘There’ll be a reward for you, Burton.’ ‘You are too kind, sir.’
This is the British English definition of too. View American English definition of too.