used to complain that not enough is being done to solve a problem and that the action did not start early enough:
Doctors have criticized the government's response to the crisis as too little, too late.
WORD CHOICE: WORD CHOICE: also, too, as well, eitheralso, too and as well can be used in many of the same contexts• She's a valued colleague, and a great friend too OR and a great friend as well OR and also a great friend.also is the most formal and the most likely to be used in formal writing such as reports.as wellis the most informal and the most likely to be used in speech.!! too is never used at the beginning of a clause. Alsois not usually used at the end of a clause• Smoking makes you ill. It costs a lot too/as well OR It's also expensive OR Also, it's expensive.Use eitherwhen you are adding another negative fact• Our first attempt didn't work, and our second didn't either (NOT also didn't). ➔ See alsoalso
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.