|a stew of meat, vegetables, potatoes, etc.|
|an extraordinary or unusual thing, person, or event; an exceptional example or instance.|
|1.||as well; in addition; also: can I come too?|
|2.||in or to an excessive degree; more than a fitting or desirable amount: I have too many things to do|
|3.||extremely: you're too kind|
|4.||informal (US), (Canadian) indeed: used to reinforce a command: you will too do it!|
|5.||(Brit), (Austral), (NZ) too right! certainly; indeed|
toor n. The Bourne-Again Super-user. An alternate account with UID of 0, created on Unix machines where the root user has an inconvenient choice of shell. Compare avatar.
In addition to the idioms beginning with too, also see carry too far; (too) close to home; eat one's cake and have it, too; go too far; irons in the fire, too many; life is too short; none too; not (too) bad; only too; speak too soon; spread oneself too thin; take on (too much);.