余りに, 又, 亦, にも
Adverb(1) to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits(2) in addition
(1) you're too young(2) Under the guise of sociology, the film manages to slip us a fair amount of gynaecology too .(3) It was not too uncommon for girls to pretend to be boys and sneak into the army.(4) Note too that we would not even consider this to be a coherent semantic field in English.(5) The blokes took it all far too seriously and before long it got very competitive.(6) I don't think it's too much of a problem(7) You know, it was good to see him back here, and I think he was strong all weekend, too .(8) I remember it all too well(9) Once your hair is really long consider tying it back in a loose plait at bedtime too .(10) By the end, the film has become far too serious in its attitude and it becomes quite dreary.(11) She has decided, too , to concentrate on her game for a few years to the exclusion of all else.(12) She was moved by this story and decided that she too must become a mathematician.(13) she is a grown woman, and a strong one too(14) She had some very important news to tell Jake, and she didn't want to have to wait too long!(15) you're too kind(16) If one waits too long, then the patient can be so frail and unfit that surgery is no longer an option.
2. also ::
3. overly ::
4. likewise ::
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