\tˈuː], \tˈuː], \t_ˈuː]\
Definitions of TOO
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adv. [Anglo-Saxon] Over; more than enough;- overmuch ;-noting an excess, or used to augment the signification of an adjective or adverb to an improper degree ;-besides ; over and above ; likewise ; also;- too is sometimes reduplicated by way of emphasis.
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