Adverb: тоже слишком также очень


to carry to excess / too far - заходить, заводить слишком далеко

to get books too cheaply - покупать книги очень дёшево

too many sweets cloy the palate - избыток сладостей вызывает отвращение

to go / carry it too far - заходить слишком далеко

to carry a joke too far - слишком далеко зайти в своих шутках

to be too much for smb. - оказаться не по силам кому-л.

once too often - слишком часто

to outwear clothes too quickly - износить одежду слишком быстро

to have enough / a lot / too much on one's plate - быть занятым по горло

to put too fine a point upon - выразить(ся) чересчур деликатно

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I am too glad. - Я очень, очень рад.

The soup is too hot. - Суп слишком горячий.

Can I come too? - Можно я тоже приду?

Take this book too. - Возьмите и эту книгу.

I have too much to do. - У меня слишком много дел.

He works much too hard. - Он слишком уж много работает.

She doesn't seem too upset about it. - Её, похоже, не слишком это расстроило.

I'm going to the cinema tonight. I want to go too! - Вечером я иду в кино. Я тоже хочу пойти!

'I'm feeling hungry.' 'Me too.' - — Я проголодался. — Я тоже.

It is too much (of a good thing). - Хорошенького понемножку.

He saw something, and she saw it too. - Он что-то увидел, и она тоже это увидела.

Her fears were but too too well grounded. - Её страхи были слишком, слишком обоснованны.

They say he is the best student. And he is too. - Говорят, он лучший студент, и это действительно так.

He was too ill to travel. - Он был слишком болен, чтобы путешествовать.

This shirt is way too big for me. - Эта рубашка на меня слишком большая.

The box was too heavy for me to lift. - Ящик был слишком тяжёлым, чтобы я мог его поднять.

Thank you. You are too kind. - Спасибо. Вы очень добры.

The offer was too good to refuse. - Предложение было слишком хорошим, чтобы отказаться.

Do you think the music's too loud? - Думаешь, музыка слишком громкая?

There are too many cars on the road. - На дороге слишком много машин.

You've put too much salt in the soup. - Вы положили в суп слишком много соли.

Amanda is far too young to get married. - Аманда слишком молода, чтобы выходить замуж.

She is much too young to be watching this movie. - Она ещё слишком маленькая, чтобы смотреть этот фильм.

You gave me too many cards. - Вы сдали мне слишком много карт.

My boots were three sizes too big for me. - Мои сапоги были на три размера больше моего.

'What was the weather like?' 'Oh, not too bad.' - — Какая была погода? — Ну, не такая уж дрянная.

We are selling the house and the furniture too. - Мы продаём дом, и мебель тоже.

I was getting too old for romantic relationships. - Я уже становился слишком старым для романтических отношений.

It's a more efficient system and it's cheaper too. - Это более эффективная система, и к тому же она дешевле.

'He's been banned from driving.' 'A good thing too!' - — Ему запретили водить машину. — И это хорошо!

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Связанные термины:

me-too: a person who does something merely because someone else has done it

all too: definitely but regrettably

too bad: If you say that it is too bad that something is the case, you mean you are sorry or sad that it is the case.

none too: You use none too in front of an adjective or adverb in order to emphasize that the quality mentioned is not present.

only too: You can use only too to emphasize that something is true or exists to a much greater extent than you would expect or like.

too late: If an action or event is too late, it is useless or ineffective because it occurs after the best time for it.

too much: If a situation or action is too much for you, it is so difficult, tiring, or upsetting that you cannot cope with it.

too right: an exclamation of agreement

go too far: to exceed reasonable limits

all too/only too: You use all too or only too to emphasize that something happens to a greater extent or degree than is pleasant or desirable .

too many cooks: said to mean that something may not be successful if too many people try to do it at the same time

too little too late: If you describe a situation as too little too late, you are blaming someone for not doing enough to prevent a problem and for taking action only after the problem had become very bad .

leave sth too late: If you leave something too late, you delay doing it so that when you eventually do it, it is useless or ineffective .

too clever by half: If someone is too clever by half, they are very clever and they show their cleverness in a way that annoys other people.

too close to call: If something such as a competition or an election is too close to call, it is not possible to predict who will win because it seems likely to be won by only a very small margin .

too hot to handle: if someone or something is too hot to handle, you mean that they are so dangerous, difficult, or extreme that people do not want to be involved with them

too much information: said to mean that you do not want to hear any more about something, because it is private or embarrassing

have a few too many: If you say that someone has had a few too many or has had a few, you mean that they have drunk too many alcoholic drinks.

too good to be true: If you say that something seems too good to be true, you are suspicious of it because it seems better than you had expected, and you think there may something wrong with it that you have not noticed .

be (one) too many for: to defeat ; overwhelm

spread yourself too thin: to try to do a lot of different things at the same time, with the result that you cannot do any of them properly

too big for one's boots: conceited ; unduly self-confident

tick-tack-toe: a game in which two players, one using a nought, " O ", the other a cross, " X ", alternately mark one square out of nine formed by two pairs of crossed lines, the winner being the first to get three of the symbols in a row

get too big for your boots: to behave as if you are much more important or clever than you really are

have had a drop too much: to be drunk

too big for one's breeches: conceited ; unduly self-confident

too close etc for comfort: If you say that something is, for example, too close for comfort, you mean you are worried because it is closer than you would like it to be.

you can't be too careful: You can say ' You can't be too careful ' as a way of advising someone to be careful, even when this seems unnecessary .

something is too close to call: said to mean it is impossible to say who will win

too silly for words/too stupid for words: You can use expressions such as too silly for words and too ridiculous for words to emphasize that someone or something is extremely silly or ridiculous.

not to put too fine a point on it: said to mean that what you are about to say may sound unpleasant, unkind, or critical

too fast etc/not fast etc enough for sb's liking: If something is, for example, too fast for your liking, you would prefer it to be slower . If it is not fast enough for your liking, you would prefer it to be faster.

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