简明英汉词典

too
[tu:]
adv.
也, 太过份

美国传统词典[双解]

too
too
AHD:[t?]
D.J.[tu8]
K.K.[tu]
adv.(副词)

(1)

In addition; also:
另外地;也:
He's coming along too.See Synonyms at also
他也要来参见 also

(2)

More than enough; excessively:
过多地;过份地:
She worries too much.
她过份担心了

(3)

To a regrettable degree:
实在:达到使人担心的程度地:
My error was all too apparent.
我的错误实在是太明显了

(4)

Very; extremely; immensely:
非常;极其地;极大地:
He's only too willing to be of service.
他非常愿意帮助你

(5)

Informal Indeed; so:
【非正式用语】 真正地;这样地:
You will too do it!
你真的要做这件事情!

语源

(1)

Middle English to
中古英语 to

(2)

from Old English t?} [to, furthermore] * see de-
源自 古英语 t?} [向,更加] *参见 de-

用法

(1)

A number of commentators have objected to the use of not too as an equivalent of “not very,” as in She was not too pleased with the results. In many contexts this construction is entirely idiomatic and should pass without notice:
很多评论家反对把not too 作为与“not very”等同的词使用, 例如在句子她对结果不是很满意 中。 在许多情况下,这种结构被认为是习惯用法,不为人们注意就通过了:
It wasn't too long ago that deregulation was being hailed as the savior of the savings and loan industry.
直到不久前,违反常规还被人们欢呼为挽救存款和贷款业的好方法。
It was not too bright of them to build in an area where rock slides occur.
他们在发生过石崩的地方造房子,这不是一个特别明智的决定。

(2)

In these cases not too adds a note of ironic understatement. · Negation of too by can't may sometimes lead to ambiguities, as in You can't check your child's temperature too often, which may mean either that the temperature should be checked only occasionally or that it should be checked as frequently as possible. · Too meaning “in addition” or “also” is sometimes used to introduce a sentence:
在这些情况下,not too 给句子加上了一个带讽刺意味的语气。 too 与 can't 一起用作否定时,有时会产生歧义, 例如在You can't check your child's temperature too often 这句话中, 可能意为“你只能偶尔给你孩子量量体温”或“你应该经常给你孩子量体温”。too 意为“另外”或“也,又”时, 有时可以用来引导一个句子:
There has been a cutback in federal subsidies. Too, rates have been increasing.
联邦补助下调了。而同时,物价却上涨了 。

(3)

This usage cannot be called incorrect, but some critics consider it awkward.
这种用法不能说是错误的,但有些评论家却非常讨厌这种用法

现代英汉词典

too
[tu:]
adv.

(1)

(用于形容词或副词之前)太;过于
He drives too fast.
他开车太快了。
These pillars are too thin to carry the roof.
这些柱子太细,支撑不住屋顶。
That diplomat was too crafty.
那个外交官太狡诈了。
The scenery is too beautiful for words.
风景美得无法言传。
Don't be too hard on us.
对我们别太厉害了。

(2)

I like bananas, but I like oranges, too.
我喜欢香蕉,可我也喜欢柑橘。

习惯用语

only too
非常;很
only too pleased
再高兴不过了

现代英汉综合大辞典

too
[tu:]
adv.

(1)

太, 很, 非常, 极

(2)

也, 还, 同样, 又, 而且, 加之

(3)

[口]还是, 真的; 过于
too large
太大
I have been to New York, too.
我也到过纽约。
She plays the piano, and sings, too.
她会弹钢琴, 也会唱歌。
He is too careful not to have noticed it.
他那么细心, 不会不注意到这一点的。

习惯用语

all too
实在太[很]

all too soon
太快

but too true
不幸(是事实)

cannot ...too...
怎么...也不会过分, 越...越好

go too far
做[说]得过火

quite too
简直太...

none too

(1)

一点也不

(2)

不太

only too
非常, 极

rather too
稍微...了一点

Too many cooks spoil the broth.
厨师多了烧坏汤。

too much (of a good thing)
令人受不了

too much water drowned the miller
过分则招祸

too ...to too
太...以致不能

too too
简直太, 太过于, 非常地

用法词典

too
to的强调形式

英文相关词典

too
additionally    also    besides    exceedingly    excessively    furthermore    overly    very    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

too

美国传统词典

too
too
AHD:[t?]
D.J.[tu8]
K.K.[tu]
adv.

(1)

In addition; also:
He's coming along too.See Synonyms at also

(2)

More than enough; excessively:
She worries too much.

(3)

To a regrettable degree:
My error was all too apparent.

(4)

Very; extremely; immensely:
He's only too willing to be of service.

(5)

Informal Indeed; so:
You will too do it!

语源

(1)

Middle English to

(2)

from Old English t?} [to, furthermore] * see de-

用法

(1)

A number of commentators have objected to the use of not too as an equivalent of “not very,” as in She was not too pleased with the results. In many contexts this construction is entirely idiomatic and should pass without notice:
It wasn't too long ago that deregulation was being hailed as the savior of the savings and loan industry.
It was not too bright of them to build in an area where rock slides occur.

(2)

In these cases not too adds a note of ironic understatement. · Negation of too by can't may sometimes lead to ambiguities, as in You can't check your child's temperature too often, which may mean either that the temperature should be checked only occasionally or that it should be checked as frequently as possible. · Too meaning “in addition” or “also” is sometimes used to introduce a sentence:
There has been a cutback in federal subsidies. Too, rates have been increasing.

(3)

This usage cannot be called incorrect, but some critics consider it awkward.

英汉化学大词典

too
adv.也,此外,非常

英汉计算机大词典

too
adv.也(此外,非常

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