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to

  • EN [ tu , tə]
  • US [ tu , tə]
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Example sentences

  • The new employees were presented to the rest of the staff.

  • It is possible to cure psoriasis.

  • They were ready to die , if necessary, for their country.

  • So you think we ought to wait here? — Precisely.

  • Everybody was delighted to see her.

  • Take the letter to him [ her ; them ].

  • Figure the situation to yourself, what can I do?

  • He leaped on to the platform with a thump.

  • We have many patterns in stock for you to choose from.

  • Have we got to the zoo yet?

  • Your behavior is causing our name to be dragged through the mud.

  • They advised the peasants on how to use the machine.

  • I shall have to read up on this subject if I am to give a talk about it.

  • It is vain to resist.

  • She relayed the information to us.

  • When money falls in value, there is no encouragement to save.

  • Please remember me to your parents.

  • Today I really swam to my heart's content . I did 3,000 metres at a stretch.

  • The process of adjustment to life in another country can be very difficult.

  • Television allows viewers to experience an event without any loss of immediacy.

  • Events conspired to produce great difficulties for us.

  • The fence is strategically sited to prevent anyone getting onto the beach.

  • They came to an accord that profits should be shared equally.

  • A cause of action has accrued when the right to sue has become vested.

  • We found him to be the right sort of timber.

  • The workers are reluctant to be ordered around by the employers.

  • We have the steel to get this job done.

  • She steered the conversation to more general topics.

  • They just handed the game to the other team on a plate.

Slang

  • to do

    • They made quite a to-do about the broken window.

  • urge to purge

    • Max felt the urge to purge and ran for the john.

  • take it to the street

    • The debate was quiet for a time, then they took it to the street.

    • Come on, don't take it to the street!

  • on a hiding to nothing

    • l know they are on a hiding to nothing.

  • see eye to eye

    • Gary and Walter see eye to eye on this question.

    • I cannot see eye to eye with him.

  • able to cut something

    • He is not able to cut his responsibilities like we thought.

    • Do you think you're able to cut it?

  • to d off

    • I' m not just to'd off! I' m enraged.

  • all to cock

    • The reply was all to cock to me.

    • You're all to cock! You've done it wrong again !

    • I'm all to cock!

  • down to the wire

    • We went right down to the wire on that one.

    • It came down to the wire before I turned the proposal in.

  • tell somebody what to with

    • She told me rudely what to do with my proffered assistance.

  • up to the knocker

    • He didn't feel up to the knocker.

    • He was prepared up to the knocker.

  • up to scratch

    • I'm afraid this story isn't quite up to scratch.

  • enough to choke a horse

    • His ego is big enough to choke a horse.

    • A: Does he have money? B: Enough to choke a horse.

  • hep to the jive

    • As the days rolled on I commenced getting hep to the jive.

  • way to go.

    • That's the way to go. You guys built the airport so quickly.

  • go to denmark

  • earth to

    • Earth to Fred! Are you asleep? Say something, Fred!

  • wise to

    • The cops are wise to the plan.

    • I'mwise to Lefty. He's a spy.

  • to die for

    • We had a beautiful room at the hotel and the service was to die for.

  • bet london to a brick

    • You can bet London to a brick that it'll rain tomorrow.

  • go to the mat

    • They soon stopped sparring and went to the mat.

    • The union may go to the mat with the management over wages.

  • give somebody five fingers to

    • John put out his hand for me to give me five.

    • Hey,give that guy five over here for a minute, will ya?

  • nothing to write home about

    • I got a little bit of a raise this year,but it was nothing to write home about.

    • His pitch was nothing to write home about.

  • taken to the cleaners

    • These investors had been taken to the cleaners.

  • put the wood to somebody

    • Why can' t Mayor Barry put the wood to school administrators and demand more caring than this?

  • pray to the porcelain god

    • I think I'd better go home and pray to the porcelain god.

  • tough egg to crack

    • I wish Jill wasn't such a tough nut to crack.

    • This problem is a tough egg to crack.

    • Getting them all here on time will be a tough nul to crack.

  • not able to hold a candle to

    • The cake from the bakery is not able to hold a candle to the one that Grandmonther made.

  • have a bone to pick with

    • They had a bone to pick with neighbouring villages.

    • The ambassador had a bone to pick with the student demonstrations.

  • smell to heaven

    • This kitchen smells to high heaven. What besides garlic are you cooking?

    • Something's wrong here. Somebody blabbed. This setup smells to heaven.

  • when push comes to shove

    • When push comes to shove,you know I'll be on your side.

  • Do I have to paint (you) a picture. (=Do I have to draw you a picture?)

    • Do I have to draw you a picture or you can visualize this?

  • come up to the wire

    • The project is coming up to the wire and we're a bit nervous.

  • to go

    • Do you want it to go,or will you eat it here?

Synonym discrimination

  • ought, to, should

Antonym

Meaning of to

There is relatively little information about to, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!

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  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
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  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
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