This is sort of unrelated, but out of curiosity: why do you keep on replacing the word “to” with the word “too” ?? They are completely different words with different meanings.
In a direction toward so as to reach: went to the city.
Towards: turned to me.
Reaching as far as: The ocean water was clear all the way to the bottom.
To the extent or degree of: loved him to distraction.
With the resultant condition of: nursed her back to health.
Toward a given state: helping minority women to economic equality.
In contact with; against: their faces pressed to the windows.
In front of: stood face to face.
Used to indicate appropriation or possession: looked for the top to the jar.
Concerning; regarding: waiting for an answer to my letter.
In a particular relationship with: The brook runs parallel to the road.
As an accompaniment or a complement of: danced to the tune.
Composing; constituting: two cups to a pint.
In accord with: job responsibilities suited to her abilities.
As compared with: a book superior to his others.
Before: The time is ten to five.
Up till; until: worked from nine to five.
For the purpose of: went out to lunch.
In honor of: a toast to the queen.
Used before a verb to indicate the infinitive: I’d like to go.
Used alone when the infinitive is understood: Go if you want to.
Used to indicate the relationship of a verb with its complement: refer to a dictionary; refer me to a dictionary.
Used with a reflexive pronoun to indicate exclusivity or separateness: had the plane to ourselves.
In one direction; toward a person or thing: owls with feathers wrong end to.
Into a shut or closed position: pushed the door to.
Into a state of consciousness: The patient came to.
Into a state of action or attentiveness: sat down for lunch and fell to.
Nautical: Into the wind.
- Over; more than enough; – noting excess; as, a thing is too long, too short, or too wide; too high; too many; too much.
His will, too strong to bend, too proud to learn. --Cowley.
- Likewise; also; in addition.
An honest courtier, yet a patriot too. --Pope.
Let those eyes that view The daring crime, behold the vengeance too. --Pope.
Too too, a duplication used to signify great excess.
O that this too too solid flesh would melt. --Shak.
Such is not Charles his too too active age. --Dryden.
Syn: Also; likewise.