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to

[ too; unstressed too, tuh ]
/ tu; unstressed tʊ, tə /
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preposition
adverb
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Idioms about to

    to and fro. fro (def. 2).

Origin of to

before 900; Middle English, Old English tō; cognate with Dutch te, toe,German zu

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH to

to , too, two

Other definitions for to (2 of 3)

t.o.

abbreviation
turnover.
turn over.

Other definitions for to (3 of 3)

T.O.

or TO


abbreviation
telegraph office.
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How to use to in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for to (1 of 2)

to1
/ (tuː, unstressed before a vowel , unstressed before a consonant ) /

preposition
adverb
towards a fixed position, esp (of a door) closed

Word Origin for to

Old English tō; related to Old Frisian, Old Saxon to, Old High German zuo, Latin do- as in dōnec until

British Dictionary definitions for to (2 of 2)

to2

the internet domain name for
Tonga
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