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[th air-too] /ˌðɛərˈtu/
adverb
1.
to that place, thing, etc.
2.
to that matter, circumstance, etc.
Also, thereunto
[th air-uhn-too, th air-uhn-too] /ˌðɛər ʌnˈtu, ˌðɛərˈʌn tu/ (Show IPA)
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Origin
900
before 900; Middle English therto, Old English thǣrtō. See there, to
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Examples for thereto
  • It is quite probably rather true anyway and anyhow, so perhaps there is no point in any further denial thereof or thereto.
  • Then, in addition thereto, he brought in a new piece of evidence.
  • Any allergic reaction thereto is unforeseen on the planet where the writer dwells.
  • The following discussion should be read in conjunction with our consolidated financial statements and notes thereto.
  • Added thereto was a satisfied curiosity amalgamated with a satisfied egoistic sense of rivalry.
  • But of course many others must be added thereto if a state is to be not only free but great.
  • So spake he, and they all consented thereto and bade send the stranger on his way, in that he had spoken aright.
British Dictionary definitions for thereto

thereto

/ˌðɛəˈtuː/
adverb
1.
(formal) to that or it the form attached thereto
2.
(obsolete) in addition to that
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Word Origin and History for thereto
adv.

Old English þærto; see there + to.

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