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Translation of "too" - English-Spanish dictionary

too

adverb   /tuː/
A1 also también Do you know Jason too?
too small, heavy, etc.
A1 used before adjectives and adverbs to mean ‘more than is allowed, necessary, possible, etc.’ demasiado pequeño, pesado, etc. It’s too late. The movie was too long.
too much/too many
A2 more than is allowed, necessary, possible, etc. demasiado(s) too much time too many people I ate too much.
not too
A2 used before adjectives and adverbs to mean ‘not very’ no muy I didn’t play too well today.
(Definition of too from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

too

adverb /tuː/
to a greater extent, or more, than is required, desirable or suitable demasiado He’s too fat for his clothes I’m not feeling too well.
in addition; also; as well también My husband likes cycling, and I do, too.
(Definition of too from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “too”
in Korean -도…
in Arabic أيْضًا…
in Malaysian terlalu, juga…
in French trop, aussi…
in Russian тоже…
in Chinese (Traditional) 更多, 太, 過於…
in Italian anche, pure…
in Turkish de, dahi…
in Polish też, także…
in Vietnamese rất, cũng…
in Portuguese também…
in Thai มากเกินไป, อีกด้วย…
in German (all-)zu, auch…
in Catalan també…
in Japanese ~も(また)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 更多, 太, 过于…
in Indonesian terlalu, juga…
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