too vs to vs two

too to two

Definitions

  • 1) An old spelling of toe.
  • 2) conjunctive also; in addition.
  • 3) degree, colloquial To a high degree, very
  • 4) focus Likewise
  • 5) degree To an excessive degree; over; more than enough.
  • 6) colloquial used to contradict a negative assertion.
  • 7) In addition; also.
  • 8) To a regrettable degree.
  • 9) Informal Indeed; so.
  • 10) Very; extremely; immensely.
  • 11) More than enough; excessively.
  • 12) Likewise; also; in addition.
  • 13) a duplication used to signify great excess.
  • 14) Over; more than enough; -- noting excess.
  • 15) to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits
  • 16) in addition
  • 17) Seetew.

Definitions

  • 1) The playing cards featuring two pips.
  • 2) US, informal A two-dollar bill.
  • 3) The digit/figure 2.
  • 4) Describing a set or group with two components.
  • 5) A child aged two.
  • 6) The cardinal number equal to the sum of 1 + 1.
  • 7) Something having two parts, units, or members, especially a playing card, the face of a die, or a domino with two pips.
  • 8) The second in a set or sequence.
  • 9) A two-dollar bill.
  • 10) A symbol representing two units, as 2, II., or ii.
  • 11) asunder; into two parts; in halves; in twain; as, cut in two.
  • 12) The sum of one and one; the number next greater than one, and next less than three; two units or objects.
  • 13) the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing this number
  • 14) one of the four playing cards in a deck that have two spots
  • 15) The number which consists of one and one.
  • 16) A symbol representing this number, as 2, II, or ii.
  • 17) A group consisting of two individuals; a duality; a pair.
  • 18) One and one; twice one.
  • 19) a phrase often used indefinitely for a small number.
  • 20) being one more than one
  • 21) (in two) Into two separate parts; in half.

Examples

  • 1) Yet it remains too little known in this country.
  • 2) The burden of looking after him proves too much for her.
  • 3) We are not too bad so it will be a nice game.
  • 4) It is sometimes too much but sometimes you actually want it to ring.
  • 5) You are too flat to think about slam.
  • 6) too little is being given to the public for too much of an advantage.
  • 7) He will be carrying some of my cash too after some solid runs this season.
  • 8) That meant it might not be too bad.
  • 9) too right - the more the better.
  • 10) She gave evidence that meant he was struck off as a teacher - and quite right too.
  • 11) Things just came a little too soon.
  • 12) But there is very bad news too.
  • 13) The young man who had too much too young and nearly threw it all away.
  • 14) They are thinking too much and playing too slowly.
  • 15) The regulator wanted to crack down on companies that were charging too much and delivering too little.
  • 16) The news that another was missing presumed dead was too much to bear.
  • 17) Perhaps it is not too fanciful to think of teaching mathematics through dance.
  • 18) He loves his angle grinder just a little bit too much for comfort.
  • 19) That could be too much to bear.
  • 20) It was too much to ask of anybody.
  • 21) Surely they have human rights too?
  • 22) Our bad moment was too long.
  • 23) They're too nervous before the ceremony and too busy after.
  • 24) Quite right too, you might think.
  • 25) It turns out that vacuum cleaners are right out too, along with hole punches and prams.
  • 26) too many to know by name and face, too bad.
  • 27) Probably a little too obvious, too.
  • 28) In fact, detecting a winner right now is too difficult.
  • 29) too bad there wasn't time to hear more.
  • 30) My usual diet is simplicity itself: eat too little and lay off the booze.
  • 31) I think she feels too young to live with her lover.
  • 32) How on earth was I going to look after a dog too?
  • 33) If the opportunity presents itself, he'll go after the officials too.
  • 34) But he, too, thrived after his fashion.
  • 35) She stared at him, unable to think of a retort, the words reverberating in her head to the rhythm of her furiously pounding heart, _Billy's nice too Billy's nice too Billy's nice too_, the fear, now on the surface, taking control, no longer something she could contain.
  • 36) I always thought it was to warm too this..too that.
  • 37) Just as any gardner knows only heartache will come of setting plants out too early for your climate, perhaps I need to know that I cannot enjoy an earthy perfume *too* far ahead of me actually being able to smell it outside.
  • 38) I've had problems with this in my WIP, too - it just became _too_ large and equally impossible to read.
  • 39) Not * too* difficult to explain (although maybe too difficult for a 1-hour show), but also avoids all the hype and questions about the engineering reality of quantum computation.
  • 40) A pledge card is on it's way too where Boris pledges too* Beef up police presence on our streets by cutting red tape and employing more officers
  • 41) Candy store is fast moving..too fast for me ..but probably not too fast for kids lol
  • 42) Or if you are *too* disabled, again as decided by able-bodied people, are you too disabled to have the rights that less disabled people have?
  • 43) But yeah, I am keeping my fingers crossed too for the 17th *crosses toes too*
  • 44) ‘A small number in the queue do have an NHS dentist, but the wait is too long to see them.’
  • 45) ‘However, if you leave it too late, or wait to see if rates fall further, you could lose out.’
  • 46) ‘Work on the master plan needs to begin because the area has waited for too long already.’
  • 47) ‘The court also said the cell phone companies waited too long to object to the rule.’
  • 48) ‘Just over half of those asked said waiting on hold for too long was their pet hate.’
  • 49) ‘Alice is probably lumping me in with the people who take the wrong things too seriously.’
  • 50) ‘We decided it was too cold for a jet wash so I was sent back inside the garage for a token for the proper car wash.’
  • 51) ‘These are not the answers you would expect from people too frightened to speak freely.’
  • 52) ‘The sauce was rich and tangy without ever becoming too hot, and the fish was nicely moist.’
  • 53) ‘As it turned out, they arrived at the New Forest nursery too late and decided to head back.’
  • 54) ‘As the blaze raged on fire chiefs decided it was too dangerous to tackle directly.’
  • 55) ‘The judge said the offences were too serious for anything but a custodial sentence.’
  • 56) ‘Its beauty is dependent on its dampness and greenness, and it looks awful when it is too dry.’
  • 57) ‘The blokes took it all far too seriously and before long it got very competitive.’
  • 58) ‘This project is too important to ever be hindered by a lack of funds or resources.’
  • 59) ‘By the end, the film has become far too serious in its attitude and it becomes quite dreary.’
  • 60) ‘Most amateurs that I play with tend to try to hit the ball too hard, especially off the tee.’
  • 61) ‘Do you think that this is fair or is it too early to make a realistic judgment?’
  • 62) ‘The ruby hue is due to tiny gold particles too small to see with the naked eye.’
  • 63) ‘If one waits too long, then the patient can be so frail and unfit that surgery is no longer an option.’
  • 64) ‘We didn't have to wait too long before we got in and I must say that Santa was very good.’
  • 65) ‘I had to do a bit of work this morning but nothing too taxing, then I decided to rush off and find this cache.’
  • 66) ‘She had some very important news to tell Jake, and she didn't want to have to wait too long!’
  • 67) ‘At night, they slept as husband and wife, and she had to admit, he was not too awful with her.’
  • 68) ‘It is clear that even the producers are not too interested.’
  • 69) ‘He zeroes in on the face of an old woman, showing that the weak and elderly are victims too.’
  • 70) ‘She then has to solve the riddle of the tape before she too falls victim to its curse.’
  • 71) ‘I could see there was a lot of other stuff inside there too, and a lot more money besides.’
  • 72) ‘Under the guise of sociology, the film manages to slip us a fair amount of gynaecology too.’
  • 73) ‘The quote might be seen to have a resonance for his own situation as leader in waiting, too.’
  • 74) ‘It was a marathon for them too - having to wait around in the pouring rain for six hours!’
  • 75) ‘Runs can come quickly, too, especially if the ball is new and there are gaps in the field.’
  • 76) ‘Thousands more workers will be terrified that they too could be caught in the jobs cull.’
  • 77) ‘She has decided, too, to concentrate on her game for a few years to the exclusion of all else.’
  • 78) ‘She was moved by this story and decided that she too must become a mathematician.’
  • 79) ‘Our style was simple too: win the ball and get it to the backs as quickly as possible.’
  • 80) ‘He was moving that day too and we decided to help each other, plus he'd got the van for free from his work.’
  • 81) ‘It had all happened so fast and now we too were bemused, not knowing what to do next.’
  • 82) ‘Michael took another step closer to her and she noticed that he too had slept in his clothes.’
  • 83) ‘There are lots of fun places to take the youngsters too, including zoos and water parks.’
  • 84) ‘It all seems to be well put together too, with solid construction and good fit and finish.’
  • 85) ‘Once your hair is really long consider tying it back in a loose plait at bedtime too.’
  • 86) ‘He was jostling for what could have been a strong points finish when he too was forced to retire.’
  • 87) ‘The people of Barking did too, and they sent a strong message to the new government.’
  • 88) ‘Consider fixing up some bat boxes too, high up on a wall, near the eaves of the house or in a tall tree.’
  • 89) ‘Note too that we would not even consider this to be a coherent semantic field in English.’
  • 90) ‘They got a return match and won it too by four wickets at the same venue two weeks later.’
  • 91) ‘He knows every world leader on this planet, and possibly those on other planets too.’
  • 92) ‘You know, it was good to see him back here, and I think he was strong all weekend, too.’
  • 93) ‘For the same premiums you not only paid off the house but you got extra money too.’

Examples

  • 1) They have now won just two of their last eight games and goalscoring remains a problem.
  • 2) Consumer spending accounts for about two thirds of national output.
  • 3) Then two people or groups can stay in step to move forward.
  • 4) But to come away from the two games top of our qualifying group was the main objective.
  • 5) Yet the number two position is now occupied by low back and neck pain.
  • 6) What was the impulse behind putting the two pieces together?
  • 7) We play with two strikers and one behind.
  • 8) Those planted within the past two or three years should be relatively easy to lift and move.
  • 9) We have been calling for this for a long time as the two work hand in hand.
  • 10) We look at a selection of coastal spots that put you within two hours of decent skiing.
  • 11) They put it up after two people complained they had been hit on the head.
  • 12) There was a hint of regret at the mention of two that got away.
  • 13) Being a number two is a way to stay connected or to reconnect with elite management.
  • 14) We worked together for two years before we got married.
  • 15) Genetic mutation is one of two main sources of genetic variability in populations of organisms.
  • 16) He still rides two or three times a week.
  • 17) To do this we put two resolutions to shareholders.
  • 18) Your neighbours have two main direct legal rights that could interfere with the work.
  • 19) The data showed that two thirds of the marriages were the first for both parties.
  • 20) Prices based on two people sharing a twin room.
  • 21) The closest beaches are two miles away.
  • 22) The two together tell us where certain activities should be placed.
  • 23) And he showed why by wasting not one but two opportunities.
  • 24) There are persistent blind spots that many reviewers of his work have noted over the past two decades.
  • 25) What a roller-coaster ride it has been over the last two decades.
  • 26) Use them all to spell two numbers, then add them together.
  • 27) There remains point in argument about the past: for two reasons.
  • 28) AT the last rehearsal of "Joanna," Mr. Wild, the prompter, asked the author for an order to admit two friends to the boxes; and whether Mr. Cumberland was thinking of the probable proceeds of his play, or whether his anxiety otherwise bewildered him, cannot be ascertained; but he wrote, instead of the usual "two to the boxes" -- "admit _two pounds two_."
  • 29) A friend of mine who had two (I think it was actually *two*) abortions in Air Force hospitals (despite the "pro-choice" insistence that making abortion illegal prevents safe abortions for those who need them) because of tubal pregnancies did NOT feel guilty over having them.
  • 30) Thus Albert is quick to point out that Avicebron in the Fons vitae is “the only [philosopher] who says that from one simple principle two [things] must immediately proceed in the order of nature, since the number ˜two™ follows upon unity.”
  • 31) The virtue of this conception is that it explains how two or more people can be said to be thinking of the same abstract object, such as the number ˜two,™ and how various properties, such as the Pythagorean Theorem, can be said to follow logically from the idea of a right triangle.
  • 32) We have two performances a year and right now we are smack dab in the middle of our BIG show..two nights long... we had our first performance last night and are gearing up for tonight...
  • 33) I've said that if your play is longer than two hours, maybe you should figure out exactly what you're saying and maybe write * two* plays.
  • 34)   But they had a new two engine,  two man craft capable of staying aloft from dawn to dusk.
  • 35) Of the 22 stories gathered here, two are new; three first appeared in _EQMM, _six in _AHMM, _two in _Analog, _seven in other mystery or SF magazines, and two in original anthologies.
  • 36) Yet instead of sensibly contrasting two irreconcilable ends of a half-century, half a world apart, Mr. Spender laments of the poets surviving Vietnam (as opposed to the survivors of Verdun) that only "one or two… is an exception in having ambitions which derive from an idea of poetry based on past examples… which exercise claims on the future."
  • 37) ‘What we found when we dined there two weekends ago measured up to our expectations in every way.’
  • 38) ‘Since then she has married, and two years ago she left her native Philadelphia for New Jersey.’
  • 39) ‘The hearing was a review of a case heard about two years ago, and the men had pleaded guilty.’
  • 40) ‘A potential nightmare of a day tomorrow as I am supposed to be in two places at once!’
  • 41) ‘I actually managed to get my long speech done in two takes which I was delighted with.’
  • 42) ‘There was evidence of mouse habitation in two cupboards and on top of the washing machine.’
  • 43) ‘Now she only performs in two or three operas a year, spending the rest of the time on recital work.’
  • 44) ‘He wore a long black coat over a sliver shirt with the top two buttons undone.’
  • 45) ‘This is why regular eye check ups every two years over the age of 40 are very important.’
  • 46) ‘The European climate in the Middle Ages was two degrees hotter than it is now.’
  • 47) ‘The landlady was having a late night drink with friends when two men entered the pub and demanded cash.’
  • 48) ‘These prices are per room per night and include dinner and breakfast for two people.’
  • 49) ‘Police were called after reports of a violent fight between two men outside the bar.’
  • 50) ‘They were just two middle-class people trying to keep a roof over their heads and raise their boy.’
  • 51) ‘It was uncomfortable and there were two long nights ahead, but it made little difference.’
  • 52) ‘Now, after nearly two years, life is gradually returning to normal for Peg and her family.’
  • 53) ‘He was dressed in a similar way, but was carrying a small dark rucksack with two stripes down the middle.’
  • 54) ‘Sundays are pasta nights so we ordered two big orders of pasta and a kid's meal for Mark.’
  • 55) ‘I think people choose police work for two main reasons: service or power.’
  • 56) ‘I shrugged and watched her put two waffles in a toaster for me.’
  • 57) ‘But for many called up, they were just sent in ones and twos to reserve or active duty units.’
  • 58) ‘People began drifting into the auditorium in ones and twos, while the competing teams brushed up their knowledge of various subjects, before going on stage to pit their wits against one another.’
  • 59) ‘She's not the only one - the actors have it as well, coming down in the elevator at the Winter Garden in twos and threes, then wandering out the stage door onto Victoria St. in search of a sugar fix.’
  • 60) ‘People are buying surfboards in twos and threes.’
  • 61) ‘He mostly takes people out in groups of ones and twos, and normally it's in a wide-open space.’
  • 62) ‘Soon now, very soon, it'll not be possible to count the types of flowers in bloom in twos and threes and those who want to name them accurately will have to drag out the field books and the plant recognition guides.’
  • 63) ‘So, if you can go in groups of twos or threes, inside each bag, you'll find a clipboard, and it will give the specific houses and addresses that you will go to.’
  • 64) ‘Down with the government, all chorused; and waved flags and banners, as we marched in twos and threes across broken pavements and potholed roads.’
  • 65) ‘Standing in the garden for my evening breath of air, the skies overhead were clear and as the light faded the stars came out, first in ones and twos, then in threes and fours, and then in their millions.’
  • 66) ‘That was certainly once true of America's newspapers, which in a big country are distributed by city, almost invariably in ones or twos.’
  • 67) ‘A couple of cameramen and a photographer from Elle arrive to capture the backstage atmosphere, and the girls switch on the charm, posing coquettishly in twos and threes.’
  • 68) ‘The women in her Last Supper prints are grouped in twos and threes, dressed in reds and blues, and emerge from a gloomy background in a way that echoes the famous Renaissance fresco.’
  • 69) ‘Also lazing around are reef sharks, gathered in twos or threes, a little less than a metre long and looking like miniature Jaws but perfectly harmless if treated with respect.’
  • 70) ‘But you could make it work for twos, fours, fives, even higher groupings depending on how you defined the rules.’
  • 71) ‘No one is sure how they were used, but Harelson believed that they were attached in twos or threes to a long stick and used for cutting plants like a scythe.’
  • 72) ‘There are the occasional Help Lines for any emergencies that may arise, but if it is at all possible, find a buddy, as walking in twos will make you feel a lot better.’
  • 73) ‘After collecting our bags, we are greeted in twos and threes by a pack of smiling Greek landladies who, despite speaking an alien tongue, welcome us into their homes.’
  • 74) ‘However, Jeihan prefers to present human figures alone or in twos (like a mother and her child) or three figures at most.’
  • 75) ‘The trees in the small square by the Quadrant centre - a sort of shopping mall - still have leaves on them and they drifted down in ones and twos from a clear, sunny sky.’
  • 76) ‘My mother would tell me about the school she attended in the bush, and how the children would line up in twos to march into school, chanting their multiplication tables.’
  • 77) ‘We would expect them to have comparable mental agility until the age of two.’
  • 78) ‘At the age of two, she was adopted by Bob and Peggy, who eventually settled in Hampshire.’
  • 79) ‘They cater for men and boys from the age of two upwards and have trousers and jeans up to a 62 in waist.’
  • 80) ‘Ever since the age of two, Mary has been helping her mum Rebecca look after the rest of the family.’
  • 81) ‘There will be a professionally run crèche on site for children between the ages of two and eight.’
  • 82) ‘I read it to children aged two, five and eight and it was only the eldest child who got the conceit.’
  • 83) ‘Parents can pay for it privately and it is given to children under the age of two.’
  • 84) ‘One solution is a tonic called Spatone, which is safe for children over the age of two.’
  • 85) ‘He was taught to ride by his parents and first sat in a saddle at the age of two.’
  • 86) ‘Almost all of them are the children of Aids victims, and some die before the age of two.’
  • 87) ‘As a fairly typical family of four, with children aged two and six, it is a fear we share.’
  • 88) ‘Cocoa died in her sleep after a year and Fred lived to the ripe old age of two and half.’
  • 89) ‘Nkosi was initially given nine months to live when Johnson took him in at the age of two.’
  • 90) ‘At the age of two my parents decided to move to Ringmer, near Lewes in East Sussex.’
  • 91) ‘Between the ages of two and three, most wild dogs leave their birth pack to start a pack of their own.’
  • 92) ‘The full set of first teeth is usually through by the age of two and a half years.’
  • 93) ‘Since the age of two she has been blind in one eye and has only limited vision in the other.’
  • 94) ‘In the hospital he was taken to, there were some who had had the condition from as young as two or three.’
  • 95) ‘It was very late one night, about two in the morning, and there was this fabulous drumming rain.’
  • 96) ‘In his Madchester days, he once said an average night out started at two in the afternoon.’
  • 97) ‘Further on, at about two in the morning, I left the bar and went to a cafe for a cup of coffee.’
  • 98) ‘The Duke and his entourage drank and ate from two in the afternoon to late into the night.’
  • 99) ‘She used to work round the clock, often starting at two in the morning and finishing at six in the evening.’
  • 100) ‘On my last night I was sitting up having snifters of vodka until two in the morning with an agent.’
  • 101) ‘In most counties of states in the USA bars close somewhere around two or three in the morning.’
  • 102) ‘That alternative had him landing at Edinburgh airport at twenty past two this afternoon.’
  • 103) ‘It went on for hours, and even at two this morning as we headed towards bed it was still sparking in the distance.’
  • 104) ‘I saw it on SBS at about two in the morning, once, and sat there aghast for the duration.’
  • 105) ‘We ended up back at a neighbour's house drinking whisky at two in the morning, which was great.’
  • 106) ‘She suspected he was taking her picture but it was two in the morning; she didn't care.’
  • 107) ‘The night before your finals I met you out in a club at two in the morning.’
  • 108) ‘If people cannot control themselves at one or two in the morning, how are they going to cope later on?’
  • 109) ‘Hola may be played with sevens as the only wild cards, twos being worthless.’
  • 110) ‘Some people play that a single two beats any combination (in the basic game you would need three twos to beat three aces).’
  • 111) ‘Some say that if either player has any aces and twos in their concealed hand which can be played to the centre, they must play one such card to break the stalemate.’
  • 112) ‘There are no aces or twos but there is an additional suit of stars and six jokers.’
  • 113) ‘As usual, aces are high and twos low, so the last card played will be either an ace or a two.’
  • 114) ‘If it turns out that all the players in the showdown have twos, they all lose and the pot is carried forward to the next deal.’
  • 115) ‘Three aces are the best trio and three twos are the lowest.’
  • 116) ‘Burraco is played with a double pack of 108 cards, including four jokers; the jokers and twos are wild.’
  • 117) ‘Aces are worth one point and threes, twos and pictures are worth one third of a point each.’
  • 118) ‘If your pack of cards has no joker, the two of spades can be used as a substitute.’
  • 119) ‘Take out all the twos before starting the game; the entire deck is dealt out evenly to all 3 players [to give each player 16 cards].’
  • 120) ‘A 45 card pack is used - a standard pack without the twos and threes but including a joker.’
  • 121) ‘There are 7 suits: blanks, ones, twos, threes, fours, fives and sixes.’
  • 122) ‘If Player A asks Player B if he has any twos, the answer is no.’
  • 123) ‘Several cards may be designated as wild - for example all the twos.’
  • 124) ‘The twos are important: there is a special bonus for winning a trick, particularly the last trick, with a two.’
  • 125) ‘Before the set, the two and three of spades and the two and three of hearts should be removed from the deck.’
  • 126) ‘Jake threw down his cards as well, showing a pair of twos and three kings, and both boys looked to David to see his hand.’
  • 127) ‘The first time he drew to an inside straight and on the second he won with a pair of twos after the flop failed to produce anything of use for the other two players still in the hand.’
  • 128) ‘The kids came up trumps as they were left with a royal flush beating Tommy's Bar who were only holding a pair of twos.’
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