Last modified on 21 April 2014, at 22:03

BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

то (ton (personal)

  1. it; the neuter third-person singular pronoun in the nominative case, used as the subject of a verb.
    Тя взе бебето и го държеше в ръцете си, но то продължаваше да плаче.
    Tja vze bebeto i go dǎržeše v rǎcete si, no to prodǎlžavaše da plače.
    She took the baby and held it in her arms, but it continued to cry.
    То се знае.
    To se znae.
    It is well known.

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ParticleEdit

то (to)

  1. Used to show the logical result of a particular statement or situation; then, in that case.
    Ако пристигнеш навреме, то ще можеш веднага да се включиш.
    Ako pristigneš navreme, to šte možeš vednaga da se vključiš.
    If you arrive on time, then you can immediately join in.
    Ако те не отидат, то и ние няма да отидем.
    Ako te ne otidat, to i nie njama da otidem.
    If they do not go, we shan’t go there either.
  2. Used for emphasis in various statements expressing amazement, indignation, etc. No precise equivalent in English, is often best translated by rephrasing the surrounding sentence.
    То беше радост, то бяха викове.
    To beše radost, to bjaha vikove.
    And oh what rejoicing and shouting there was.
    То бива, бива, ама вече прекаляваш.
    To biva, biva, ama veče prekaljavaš.
    Really, that’s the limit, you've gone too far.
    А бе то стана една!
    A be to stana edna!
    The fat is in the fire.

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RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

то (ton (demonstrative)

  1. that (neuter singular of тот).
    то жеthe same
    к тому́ (же)in addition, moreover
    ни то ни сёneither fish nor fowl
    ни с того́ ни с сего́all of a sudden; without any visible reason
    до того́so much

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ConjunctionEdit

то (ton

  1. then

TajikEdit

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

Dari تا
Iranian Persian تا
Tajik то (to)

то (to)

  1. until