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Correct spelling: to

Definition of to:

  1. t[= oo], prep. in the direction of: in order to: as far as; in accordance with, in the character of: regarding, concerning, in connection with: expressing the end or purpose of an action, as in many uses of the gerundial infinitive, the sign of the infinitive mood: ( B.) sometimes=for.-- adv. to a place in view, forward: to its place, together.-- TO AND FRO, backwards and forwards. [ A.S. tó; Ger. zu, Goth. du.]

Common misspellings for to:

minitore, on the side o f.


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