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English definition of “too good to miss”

too good to miss

If you say that something is too good to miss , you mean that it is a very good opportunity and that people should see it, do it, etc.: Henri's latest show is simply too good to miss .Opportunity Freedom to act Grammar:TooToo is an adverb.Grammar:Too meaning ‘more than enough’We use too meaning ‘more than enough’ in different positions.Grammar:Too meaning ‘also’We can use too to mean ‘also’. It is more common than also in informal situations. We normally use it at the end of the clause:
(Definition of too good to miss from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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