English version

only too

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishonly tooonly toovery Prices have risen sharply, as we know only too well. Mark was only too happy to agree with her. only
Examples from the Corpus
only tooAgain we have seen only too clearly in some other countries what can happen if you personify and almost deify the State.Then there are those of us who are only too happy Louisiana enacted the law.He would be only too happy to dial 911 when Walter slumped over in shock, unable to speak.They know the way that the wind is blowing, and would be only too pleased to be redeployed into another trade.Children know only too well the errors they commit while playing baseball or the missteps in the gymnastics routine.I found myself acting the part of a wooer only too well.At Oxford I discovered that most people were only too willing to be friendly if I gave them a chance.
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