to is Accepted in TWL Scrabble Dictionary

to Scrabble score: 2

Meaning of to

  • toward a closed position
  • in the direction of [prep]
  • sed as a function word to indicate position or relation in time as
  • ed as a function word to indicate addition, attachment, connection, belonging, possession, accompaniment, or response the key to the door danced to live music comes to her call
  • before; until
  • in the direction of; toward
  • ed as a function word to indicate the result of an action or a process broken all to pieces go to seed to their surprise, the train left on time
  • toward action or work
  • ed as a function word to indicate the place or point that is the far limit 100 miles to the nearest town
  • as far as
  • fore five minutes to five
  • used as a function word to indicate movement or an action or condition suggestive of movement toward a place, person, or thing reached drove to the city went back to the original idea went to lunch
  • ed as a function word (1) to indicate a relation to one that serves as a standard inferior to her earlier works (2) to indicate similarity, correspondence, dissimilarity, or proportion compared him to a god
  • ed as a function word to indicate purpose, intention, tendency, result, or end came to our aid drink to his health
  • as compared with
  • to the limit of
  • ed as a function word to indicate agreement or conformity add salt to taste to my knowledge
  • ed as a function word to indicate the limit of extent stripped to the waist
  • ed as a function word to indicate agency falls to his opponent's blows
  • back and forth
  • ed as a function word to indicate relative position perpendicular to the floor
  • ed as a function word to indicate that the following verb is an infinitive wants to go and often used by itself at the end of a clause in place of an infinitive suggested by the preceding context knows more than she seems to
  • ed as a function word (1) to indicate the extent or degree (as of completeness or accuracy) loyal to a man generous to a fault or the extent and result (as of an action or a condition) beaten to death (2) to indicate the last or an intermediate point of a series moderate to cool temperatures
  • ed as a function word to indicate direction a mile to the south turned his back to the door a tendency to silliness
  • ed as a function word to indicate a proportion in terms of numbers or quantities 400 to the box odds of ten to one
  • ed as a function word to indicate contact or proximity applied polish to the table put her hand to her heart