too

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İngilizce - Türkçe
de
çok

Bu benim için çok zordu. - This is too difficult for me.

O şimdi iyi; ne çok ağır ne de çok hafif. - It's good now; neither too heavy nor too light.

lüzumundan fazla
fazla

Bugün, çok fazla ödevim var. - I have too much homework today.

Çok fazla dondurma ve spagetti yememelisin. - You must not eat too much ice-cream and spaghetti.

This has gone tooBu mesele sıktı artık
Too bad! Vah vah! I am too going
hadden ziyade
dahi

Bugün Almanya'da, Pazartesi günü kundaklamada üç Türk'ün öldürüldüğü Hamburg'un yakınında bir yer de dahil birçok şehirde şiddet karşıtı mitingler gerçekleşti. - In Germany today, anti-violence rallies took place in several cities, including one near Hamburg where three Turks were killed in an arson attack on Monday.

gideceğim

Tom giderse ben de gideceğim. - If Tom goes, I'll go, too.

Tom giderse ben de gideceğim. - If Tom goes, I will, too.

fazla, gereğinden çok: It's too early to go. Gitmek için fazla erken
da
(gereğinden) çok
aşırı

Onun fikirleri benim için çok aşırı. - His ideas are too extreme for me.

İnsana da aşırı sıcaklıklara karşı koruyucu cihazlar verilmektedir. - Man, too, has been given protective devices against extreme temperatures.

öyle

Mm- hm. Ben de öyle düşünüyorum. - Mm-hm. I think so too.

Senin yaşında ben de öyle düşünürdüm. - At your age, I would think so, too.

{f} aynı zamanda

Sadece Tom'dan değil aynı zamanda karısından da ödünç para aldım. - I borrowed money not only from Tom, but from his wife, too.

Onun için sadece siz değil aynı zamanda ben de sorumluyum. - You are not the only one responsible for it, I am too.

öyle yahu
ayrıca

Oyun sırasında, aniden yağmur yağmaya başladı ve ayrıca gök gürledi. - During the game, it suddenly began to rain and it thundered, too.

Ayrıca çeşitli konular hakkında konuşmakla çok fazla zaman kaybedeceğiz. - Besides, we will lose too much time to talk about the various topics.

de: You too can learn Arabic. Sen de Arapça öğrenebilirsin. You
Ne yaparsan yap

Ne yaparsan yap, yardım etmek için çok yorgun olduğunu Tom'a söyleme. - Whatever you do, don't tell Tom you're too tired to help.

çok fazla

Çok fazla içmek seni hasta edecek. - Too much drinking will make you sick.

Çok fazla dondurma ve spagetti yememelisin. - You must not eat too much ice-cream and spaghetti.

hem de
too little
çok az

Çok fazla düşünüyoruz ve çok az hissediyoruz. - We think too much and feel too little.

Fakir, çok az şeye sahip olan değildir fakat çok isteyendir. - Poor is not the one who has too little, but the one who wants too much.

too much
çok fazla

Çok fazla yersen şişmanlarsın. - If you eat too much you will become fat.

Çok fazla içmek seni hasta edecek. - Too much drinking will make you sick.

too close for comfort
(deyim) [cogu kez arac icin] rahatsiz edecek kadar yakin
too late
fazla geç

Mektubun fazla geç geldi. - Your letter has arrived too late.

Yapılan zararı telafi etmek için asla çok fazla geç değildir. - It's never too late to make amends for harm done.

too many cooks
(deyim) too many cooks (spoil the broth) [atasozu] idarecinin cok oldugu yerde is yurumez
too -
aşırı
too bad!
ne yazık!
too clever by half
anasının gözü
too complex
çok karışık
too deep
çok derin
too familiar
laubali olmak
too familiar
yüz göz olmak
too fast
çok hızlı
too few
çok az

Çok kötü! Çok az sayıda zengin insan yetimhaneye bağış yapıyor. - Too bad! Too few rich people donate to the orphanage.

Kötü beslenme bir kişinin diyetinde çok az ya da çok besin içerdiği zaman oluşur. - Malnutrition occurs when a person's diet contains too few or too many nutrients.

too funny for words
çok komik
too hot
(Gıda) çok acı
too large
çok büyük
too lazy to
üşenmek
too long
çok uzun

Bu araştırma hızlı bir şekilde bitiremeyecek kadar çok uzun. - This survey is too long to finish quickly.

Sevdiğin birinin kaybına çok uzun süre ağlama. - Don't mourn over the loss of your loved one too long.

too loud
çok gürültülü
too many chiefs and not enough indians
(deyim) sen ağa ben ağa bu ineği kim sağa
too much
ziyade
too much
çok fazla miktarda
too much
gırla gitmek
too much
fazla gelmek
too much
çok gelmek
too much
aşırı

Mary aşırı makyaj yapıyor. - Mary wears too much makeup.

too much money
çok para
too particular
ince eleyip sık dokumak
too short
çok kısa
too slow
çok yavaş
too soft
çok yumuşak
too soon
çok erken

Tom çok erken vazgeçti. - Tom gave up too soon.

Onun bir erkek mi yoksa bir kız mı olduğunu söylemek için çok erken. - It's too soon to tell whether it's a boy or a girl.

too tired to go on
şişmek
too big for one's boots
burnu havada
too big for one's boots
özünü beğenmiş
too clever by half
fazla akıllı
too clever by half
sivri
too close
çok yakın

Tom'un arabasına çok yakın park etmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to park too close to Tom's car.

Tom'un annesi onun TV'ye çok yakın oturursa gözlerini mahvedeceğini söyledi. - Tom's mother said he'd ruin his eyes if he sat too close to the TV.

too familiar
sarmaş dolaş
too many
çok fazla

Konserde çok fazla kişi vardı. - There were too many people at the concert.

Bazı insanlar bu ülkede çok fazla avukat olduğunu düşünüyorlar. - Some people think that there are way too many lawyers in this country.

too much for
için çok fazla

Korkarım bu iş senin için çok fazla. - I'm afraid this job is too much for you.

Bu araba için çok fazla istiyorsun. - You are asking too much for this car.

too soon
çok yakın

Çok yakın, ne kadar yakında? - How soon is too soon?

Tatil çok yakında sona erdi. - The vacation came to an end all too soon.

too the extent that
bununla ilgili olarak
too 2
çok 2
too apart
parçalara ayır
too bad
çok kötü

Onun partiye gelememesi çok kötü. - It's too bad she can't come to the party.

Nasılsın? Çok kötü değil. - How's it going? Not too bad.

too close to call
(deyim) Önceden tahmin edilmesi zor, önceden kestirilemeyen
too far away to be heard
çok uzakta duyulmak
too good to be true
gerçek olamayacak kadar iyi
too good to be true
gerçek olamayacak kadar çok iyi
too high
çok yüksek
too little too late
biraz geç
too long to
çok uzun
too much sweet
aşırı tatlı
too right
çok doğru
too tough
çok zor
too violent
çok şiddetli
too bad
(deyim) ne yazık,vah vah
too big for one's boots
(deyim) burnu buyumek,yumurtadan cikip kabugunu begenmemek
too big for one's breeches
(deyim) burnu buyumek,yumurtadan cikip kabugunu begenmemek
too close for comfort
az kalsın ayvayı yiyorduk
too familiar
küstah
too familiar
laubali
too few knots
(Bilgisayar) çok fazla düğüm
too few tags
(Bilgisayar) çok az etiket
too fond of comfort
rahatına fazla düşkün
too funny for words
(deyim) cok komik
too good to be true
(deyim) gerçek olmak için çok fazla güzel, inanılmaz, inanması zor
too good to be true
inanılmayacak kadar iyi
too hot to handle
{k} (deyim) cok tehlikeli oldugu icin deginmemek,iliskisi olmamamk
too loudly
bangır bangır
too many drives
(Bilgisayar) çok fazla sürücü var
too many errors
(Bilgisayar) çok fazla hata
too many files
(Bilgisayar) çok fazla dosya
too many irqs
(Bilgisayar) çok fazla ırq var
too many tags
(Bilgisayar) çok fazla etiket
too much
çok pahalı
too much
fazla: You've given me too much change. Bana fazla para verdin. Don't eat too much. Fazla yeme. They praise him too much. Onu fazla övüyorlar
too much of a good thing
pes doğrusu
too much of a good thing
(deyim) bu kadari da biraz cok,her seyin cogu cok
too much of a good thing
bu kadarı da biraz çok
too previous
acele
too right!
(Argo) kesinlike!
too true
(deyim) cok dogru!
be too tired to go on
şişmek
before it is too late
iş işten geçmeden
consider to be too much
çok görmek
it is never too late to learn
(deyim) öğrenmenin yaşı yoktur
it is too bad
(Konuşma Dili) çok kötü
me too
bilmukabele
nice to meet you, too
ben de memnun oldum
nice too see you
seni görmek güzel
only too glad
dünden razı olmak
only too glad
dünden hazır
only too glad
dünden razı
regard as too little
azımsamak
seem too much
çok gelmek
string too big
(Bilgisayar) dize çok büyük
string too long
(Bilgisayar) dize çok uzun
to be too tired to go on
şişmek
too late
çok geç

İngilizler çok geç davrandı. - The British acted too late.

Tövbe etmek için çok geç. - It is too late to repent.

too much
pek çok

Endüstrileşmiş ülkelerdeki pek çok çocuk çok fazla şeker yemesi nedeniyle çok şişman. - Lots of children in industrialised countries are too fat because they eat too much candy.

try too hard
aşırıya kaçmak
try too hard
çok olmak
way too hard
umulandan çok zor
you too
siz de
all too soon
çek erken
become too specialized
uzmanlaş
eat one's cake and bave it too
ne yardan geçmek ne de serden
go too far
haddini aşmak
go too far
cıvıtmak
go too far
çok ileri gitmek
grow too big for one's boots
yumurtadan çıkıp kabuğunu beğenmemek
have one's cake and eat it too
ne yardan geçmek ne de serden
none too
pek değil
not too bad
şöyle böyle
only too
çok

Tom sadece gerektiği yerde yardım etmekten çok mutlu. - Tom's only too happy to lend a hand where necessary.

Sadece yardım etmek için çok mutluyum. - I'm only too happy to help.

raise the elbow too often
kafayı bulmak
spread oneself too thin
kırk tarakta bezi olmak
all too
Tüm çok
be one too many
çok fazla kişi olmak
be too
olmak çok
code segment too large
Kod segmentini çok büyük
enlarge too much
Fazla Ayrıntı
far too
Çok fazla

O çok fazla bira içer. - He drinks far too much beer.

Bunu yapmak için çok fazla gençsin. - You're far too young to be doing this.

have had a drop too much
çok fazla bir düşüş oldu
have too much tongue
Çok fazla konuşmak
i love you too
ben de seni seviyorum
me-too
me-de
moreover, furthermore, besides, too
dahası, ayrıca da yanında
much too much
daha fazla
not a moment too soon
Çok geç olmadan
take too much for granted
kabul için çok fazla almak
that's too bad
Bu çok kötü
want to have one's cake and eat it too
(deyim) Ne yardan geçmek ne de şerden
way too many
Çok fazla, oldukça fazla
way too many
Haddinden fazla sayıda
way too much
Haddinden fazla miktarda
İngilizce - İngilizce
To an excessive degree; over; more than enough
Likewise
also; in addition
used to contradict a negative assertion

I am too!.

Over; more than enough; noting excess; as, a thing is too long, too short, or too wide; too high; too many; too much
excessively; also
in addition; "he has a Mercedes, too"
to an excessive degree; "too big"
Likewise; also; in addition
{a} over and above, likewise, also, besides
Over; more than enough; -- noting excess; as too much
Too Many Mouths
A receptor-like protein in plants which, when absent, leads to an overproduction of stomata
too bad
It is unfortunate that

Too bad you can't come to the party.

too bad
That's a pity; that's unfortunate

You can't come to the party? Too bad.

too bad, so sad
An expression of mock sympathy

Parents will have to be told what they need and then informed that, too bad, so sad, the needed service will not be developed until their child is too old for it anyway.

too big for one's boots
Far less important or capable than one's thinks or claims to be
too big for one's britches
Disturbingly confident, unacceptably cocky

A diffident, dedicated man, Bradley seemed the personification of rectitude. He never got too big for his britches.

too big to fail
Pertaining to an enterprise deemed too important to the economy or polity to be allowed to “fail”, that is to be liquidated or to go bankrupt
too hot to hold
A place that has too much police activity to harbor a fugitive unnoticed

He made England too hot to hold him, fled to Central America, and died there in 1876 of yellow fever..

too many cooks spoil the broth
If too many people try to take charge at a task, the end product might be ruined
too much
Excessively

You talk too much.

too much
An expression of satisfaction

Too much, man! That was great!.

too much
Excessive to the point of being inappropriate, harmful, or overwhelming

You ate too much cake at the party, and that's why you feel sick.

too much
A quantity which is excessive to the point of being inappropriate, harmful, or overwhelming

You expect too much from your employees.

too much information
An expression indicating that someone has revealed information that is too personal and made the listener or reader uncomfortable
too much of a good thing
Something enjoyable or beneficial which, nevertheless, becomes bothersome or harmful in large quantities or over an extended period of time

Household chemicals are about as personal as modern science gets. We are surrounded by hundreds of them every day — they're in our furnishings, our cosmetics, our vinyl floor tiles and plastic baby bottles. . . . Are they too much of a good thing?.

too posh to push
Of a woman or women, preferring to have a Caesarean section rather than undergo natural child birth
too close to call
(deyim) Impossible to guess the result in advance Usage notes: usually said about a competition or an election

Tonight's semifinals match is too close to call.

too little too late
Not happening early enough or in a strong enough way to stop a bad situation getting worse: "Officials admit that the re-planting of the hillsides only started five years ago and seems to be a classic case of too little too late."
Too $hort
{i} Too Short, Todd Anthony Shaw (born 1966), United States rapper
Too Short
{i} Todd Anthony Shaw (born 1966), United States rapper
too 1
emphasis You use too at the end of a sentence to emphasize an opinion that you have added after a statement made by you or by another person. `That money's mine.' --- `Of course it is, and quite right too.' `Oh excuse me.' --- `I should think so too.'
too 1
You use too after mentioning another person, thing, or aspect that a previous statement applies to or includes. `Nice to talk to you.' --- `Nice to talk to you too.' `I've got a great feeling about it.' --- `Me too.' He doesn't want to meet me. I, too, have been afraid to talk to him We talked to her agent. He's your agent, too, right?
too 1
emphasis You use too after adding a piece of information or a comment to a statement, in order to emphasize that it is surprising or important. We did learn to read, and quickly too People usually think of it as a `boys' book', which of course it is, and a very good one too
too 2
emphasis You use all too or only too to emphasize that something happens to a greater extent or degree than is pleasant or desirable. She remembered it all too well The letter spoke only too clearly of his anxiety for her
too 2
You use too in order to indicate that there is a greater amount or degree of something than is desirable, necessary, or acceptable. Leather jeans that are too big will make you look larger Eggs shouldn't be kept in the fridge, it's too cold She was drinking too much, eating too much, having too many late nights
too 2
Please look at category
too 2
too bad: see bad none too: see none
too 2
vagueness You use too with a negative to make what you are saying sound less forceful or more polite or cautious. I wasn't too happy with what I'd written so far He won't be too pleased to see you. = very
too 2
to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword
too bad
deserving regret; "regrettable remarks"; "it's regrettable that she didn't go to college"; "it's too bad he had no feeling himself for church"
too bad
shameful; regrettable, unfortunate
too beautiful for words
is so beautiful that it cannot be described
too early
earlier than necessary, earlier than desired
too good to be true
unbelievable, hard to believe
too little
not enough
too little too late
the compensation was not enough and the timing was also unsuccessful
too many
surplus, oversupply
too many cooks spoil the broth
too many people involved ruin the cooking, a matter which is undertaken by too many individuals will not succeed
too much
being excessive or unreasonable; "the clothes she wears are a bit much"; "in retrospect the elaborate preparations seemed de trop"; "this is entirely too much!"
too much
more than enough, extra, more than adequate
too much
more than necessary; "she eats too much"; "let's not blame them overmuch"
too much for him
beyond his powers
too short
{s} excessively short
too soon
before the usual time or the time expected; "she graduated early"; "the house was completed ahead of time"
too strong
too tight, too forceful, overly powerful, in a strong manner
too tight
too strong, too forceful, overly powerful
all too
Excessively
all too
Very; extremely
and your little dog too
A statement that not only will the person being addressed be punished but their conspirators will also
bridge too far
A step or action that is too ambitious; an act of overreaching

Cloning was an interesting concept. Cloning body parts was again just man's search for immortality riding on the back of naive altruistic medicinal benevolence. But cloning a person was a bridge too far.

go too far
To exceed an unstated limit, especially a limit of acceptable behaviour
have one's cake and eat it too
To seek to have two things which are mutually incompatible (such as eating a piece of cake and yet still possessing that piece for future use)

Do you seriously want to break up with her and still have sex with her? You can't have your cake and eat it too!.

in too deep
In a situation where one can't cope

Because I'm in too deep, and I'm trying to keep up above in my head instead of going under. ().

it's never too late to mend
You’re never too old to change your ways. Learning is always possible
it's too expensive
Indicates the speaker thinks that the price is too high
it's too late for sorry
An expression of anger or disgust uttered toward someone who offers an apology after causing a situation to go very wrong, a great deal of damage or emotional pain resulted and no amount of repentance can remedy the situation

The grieving mother who lost her daughter in an accident told the drunk driver It's too late for sorry! after he tried to apologize.

me too
To agree with someone

I'm more or less agreeing with you too (but don't let Moby hear-he'll accuse me of me tooing).

me too
I agree; same here
not a minute too soon
at the last possible moment; just in time
not to put too fine a point on it
used to apologise for a possibly impolite statement one is making

En route to his taciturn and, not to put too fine a point on it, not yet perfectly sober companion Mr Bloom.

the lady doth protest too much
It is suspected that, because someone is insisting too much about something, the opposite of what he or she is saying must be true

In all Penelope's devotion to her husband there is an ever present sense that the lady doth protest too much.

think too much
To think over a problem in a complex way where the solution is simple
think too much
To associate something with a taboo topic such as sex and profanity

For French today, we will learn the word douche - now, don't think too much!.

you're never too old to learn
It is possible to learn new things, at any age; (implying) follow your desires and dreams
wound too tight
chronically tense, unable to relax, highly reactive
wound-too-tight
chronically tense, unable to relax, highly reactive
one too many
If you have had one too many, you have drunk too much alcohol
Too much
overmuch
Too soon
oversoon
too long
{s} overlong
too