too in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for too in the English»French Dictionary (Go to French»English)

too [Brit tuː, Am tu] ADV When too means also it is generally translated by aussi: me too = moi aussi; can I have some too? = est-ce que je peux en avoir aussi?
When too means to an excessive degree it is translated by trop: too high, too dangerous trop haut, trop dangereux.
For examples of the above and further usages, see the entry below.

1. too (also, as well):

4. too (excessively):

5. too (emphatic: very):

6. too (in negatives):

See also only, all-important, all-embracing, all-consuming, all

I.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli] CONJ (but)

II.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli] ADJ

1. only (sole):

III.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli] ADV

1. only (exclusively):

4. only (merely):

5. only (just):

VI.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli]

I.all [Brit ɔːl, Am ɔl] PRON

1. all (everything):

2. all (the only thing):

3. all (everyone):

5. all (emphasizing unanimity or entirety):

II.all [Brit ɔːl, Am ɔl] DET

2. all (the whole of):

III.all [Brit ɔːl, Am ɔl] ADV

1. all (emphatic: completely):

IV.all [Brit ɔːl, Am ɔl] NOUN

2. all (in the highest degree) → all-consuming

XVI.all [Brit ɔːl, Am ɔl]

I.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli] CONJ (but)

II.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli] ADJ

1. only (sole):

III.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli] ADV

1. only (exclusively):

4. only (merely):

5. only (just):

VI.only [Brit ˈəʊnli, Am ˈoʊnli]

See also name, if, first name

I.name [Brit neɪm, Am neɪm] NOUN

1. name (title):

2. name (reputation):

II.name [Brit neɪm, Am neɪm] VERB trans

III.name [Brit neɪm, Am neɪm]

I.if [Brit ɪf, Am ɪf] CONJ If is almost always translated by si, except in the case of a very few usages which are shown below.

1. if (in the event that, supposing that):