向前；（门等）关上;prep. 到；向；（表示时间、方向）朝…方向;n. (To)人名；(柬)多；(中)脱(普通话·威妥玛)
In seeking to describe the origins of theater, one must rely primarily on speculation, since there is little concrete evidence on which to draw.
prep. from sth to sth：从…到…（表示处所或工作变动）
They wandered from place to place.
He found himself drifting from job to job.
prep. there's nothing to it：这没什么难的；再简单不过了
`There's nothing to it,' he told me, `you just follow the instructions on screen.'
I did it to help you.
To summon assistance, press this button.
She was an official interpreter to the government.
To his surprise, the bedroom door was locked.
He survived, much to the amazement of surgeons.
To my surprise, I won.
The shouts changed to screams of terror.
The old barn had been converted to a house.
There was a piece of cloth tied to the dog's collar.
The chair was screwed to the floor.
an invitation to a party
He came to dinner.
Don't worry, I'll talk to him about it.
a letter to his wife
It all seems perfectly obvious to me.
Go straight ahead and you will see this square tower on your left.
Atlanta was only an hour's drive to the north.
It belongs to him.
the key to the front door
the answer to your question
cruelty to children
Marcus has been very kind to me.
I had to pay for repairs to the house.
He'll be here at a quarter to five.
It's twenty to three.
Let's go to Paris.
That spring we went to Italy.
We're going round to Claude's.
You should go to the doctor's.
the road to Beijing
the train to Singapore
He pointed to a chair, signalling for her to sit.
engines that can run at 60 miles to the gallon
a mixture of one part milk to two parts water
Liverpool won by three goals to two.
Please send a copy of the document to me.
They smashed it to pieces.
They starved to death.
There are about 10 to 15 women in each group.
We are open from Monday to Saturday.
from nine o'clock to half past three
from 40 to 50 people
new orders for everything from computers to trucks
We were dancing to loud music.
Amy awoke to the sound of her doorbell ringing.
I have things to do.
The main thing is to try.
Have something to drink.
I'm disappointed, to be perfectly honest.
To sum up, there is one message we have to get across.
He awoke to find Charlie standing near the bed.
He wanted to know what I was doing there.
I'm trying to get some sleep.
Come with us.—I don't want to.
I'm ready to go.
It's easy to do.
She's too young to go to school.
She told ministers of her decision to resign.
To forget to say thank you was unforgivable.
adv. to and fro：来回地
As Katrina went to and fro with the coffee pot, her gaze remained glued to his face.
Push the door to when you leave.
prep. that's all there is to it：一点不费事；就这么简单；就这么回事