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hereto

[ heer-too ]
/ hɪərˈtu /
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adverb
to this matter, document, subject, etc.; regarding this point: attached hereto; agreeable hereto.
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Also here·un·to [heer-uhn-too, heer-uhn-too]. /hɪərˈʌn tu, ˌhɪər ʌnˈtu/.

Origin of hereto

First recorded in 1125–75, hereto is from the Middle English word herto.See here, to
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British Dictionary definitions for hereto

hereto
/ (ˌhɪəˈtuː) /

adverb
formal to this place, thing, matter, document, etc
an obsolete word for hitherto
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