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too

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[tu:] [tu]

adv.也;太;很;非常

常用短语

  1. me too

    我也是,我也一样

  2. all too

    实在太…

  3. much too

    太…,非常…

  4. 更多词组短语 »

场景例句

  1. We should not judge the young writers too harshly.

    我们不应当对青年作家太苛求。

  2. They're working me too hard. I'm too old for this.

    他们让我干得太苦。我干这个年纪太大了。

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近义词

同义词辨析

  • 以下词都有“也”的意思,区别是:
  • also 比too正式一些,语气较重,只用于肯定句,一般紧靠动词。

    too 语气较轻,多用于口语,在肯定句中使用,通常位于句末。

    as well 一般不用否定句,通常放在句末,强调时可放在句中。

    either 用于否定句,放在句末,之前加逗号。

    likewise 是书面语用词。

  • 以下词都有“大,很”的意思,区别是:
  • too 指超过了承受能力或程度,即程度加到了不适当的地步。

    very 用于加强程度,可修饰褒义词和贬义词。

单词家谱

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too 也

来自 to 的强调形式。

too (adv.)

"in addition; in excess," a variant of to (prep.) originally used when the word was stressed in pronunciation. In Old English, the preposition (go to town) leveled with the adverb (the door slammed to). Most of the adverbial uses of to since have become obsolete or archaic except the senses "in addition, besides" (Old English), "more than enough" (c. 1300). As this often fell at the end of a phrase (tired and hungry too), it retained stress and the spelling -oo became regular from 16c.

Use after a verb, for emphasis (as in did, too!) is attested from 1914. Slang too-too "excessive in social elegance" first recorded 1881. Too much is from 1530s as "more than can be endured;" sense of "excellent" first recorded 1937 in jazz slang. German zu unites the senses of English to and too.

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