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  Dictionary Definition of too

too
adverb
1. in addition; also; furthermore; moreover: young, clever, and rich too.
2. to an excessive extent or degree; beyond what is desirable, fitting, or right: too long.
3. more (as specified) than should be: the water is too hot.
4. ( intensifier ) very, extremely (especially after only or a negative): only too glad to help you ; not too bad .
5. ( intensifier ) Colloquial indeed: I did too!
-- phrase
6. too right!, Colloquial (an emphatic expression of agreement).
7. too too, exaggerated and affected: Her tiara was too too.
8. too, too..., exaggeratedly: He was too, too charming.
[var. of TO, adverb ]