Q: tho とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's slang or shorthand. Although -> though -> tho.
Q: tho とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 'tho' is short for 'though' . It is just texting/internet slang


"I know what you mean tho"
"I already know tho..."

I hope that helped : )
Q: when 'though or tho' comes the end of sentences, what does it mean?

ex) I don't have a car tho. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 그래도
It means "still" or "however"
"I don't have a car however"
So if they were saying "I have a license but I don't have a car though" it's the same as "I have a license but I don't have a car though"
Tho is just an abbreviation
Q: "tho" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Abbreviation of "though"
Q: you know. "tho" I heard people using it in NY. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @elixnavrt: though


Q: tho を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Tho" isn't a word. It's texting slang for though.
"Even tho he asked me, I said no."
Q: "tho". I know it's the informal spelling of the word - though. but I've heard somebody used it at the end of the sentence like. "what does it mean tho?, that hair tho, etc." can somebody explain :) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Tho, as you said, is the informal version of though, often used in texting. I can't really explain it well but I'll try, though is like the word 'but' except it's used at the end of the sentence. E.g. "But what does it mean?" Can also be said as "what does it mean though?". I'm sorry if you still don't understand but I can't really explain this. :(
Q: tho を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Even though I liked it I didn't get it.

This subject is hard enough though.

Using tho is text speak so if saying something formally it would be best to use though instead of tho.
Q: "tho" at the end of the sentence and what does it mean? it's a slang or sth? I have seen so many sentences with it so far を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Tho is slang or short for though or although. This means however or but.
For example: I want to buy food. I have no money tho.
Q: tho を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Tho" is short for "Though" (which is spoken like "tho").

You see it online as a shortening. It also used to be more common in writing.

Though, or tho, normally connects two clauses that might be in opposition- one good, one bad.

"The food is good, though expensive"

"I believe Clinton will win, though I understand why you are worried"

"Brightly shone the moon that night, tho the frost was cruel"- traditional song.

Sometimes you also see it as "that X, tho". It is a way of saying that something is good, even if it not wise or you understand that it is really bad.

"So we agree, the film is stupid."
"Yes, I agree. Those stunts tho!"


Q: though と tho はどう違いますか?
A: "Though" is the proper spelling

"Tho" is an informal/internet simplified version
Q: really tho と for real はどう違いますか?
A: "really tho" is used when questioning if what was just said was credible or correct.
"for real" is used in the same way "are you serious?" but it has a gangsta feel to it.

Person 1: Did you know that Harry Styles is gay?
Person 2: Really tho? Are you sure? The paparazi last week showed him and woman he met at the bar kissing so it might be wrong.

Person 1: Did you know that water isn't a limited resource and that using hydrogen and oxygen you can make water?
Person 2: For real? I thought that the water supply for the Earth would run out one day...!!!

Hope this helps :)
Q: though と tho はどう違いますか?
A: разница в сокращении слова,как например; "что" и "чё"
Q: though と tho はどう違いますか?
A: Tho is just a shorter way of saying though


Q: tho は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: tho is a slang of though
Q: What does mean "tho", and where can i use it? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: "tho" means though. It's just shortened down. It's mainly used in with responses. For example. "What clothes are you wearing tho?" Or "I'm only joking tho. It's not that serious." It can be pretty much used whenever you want to say though.
Q: tho は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
Q: are thoses synonyms " by, next to, near? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Yes, by, next to and near are synonyms. For example,

I was standing by the tree
I was standing next to the tree
I was standing near the tree

all mean the same thing.
Q: tho は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Tho" is not a word. You probably mean "though"? Saying "tho" instead of "though" is very very very casual and informal, you really should never write that down.


Q: 0:22 in thos vid,
do you think did he say -
"where samsung from?" or
"where's samsung from?"?
A: Yes I watched it, He said: Where is Samsung from? I can see his mouth making an "Is"
Q: What does tho mean? Please give me the use of tho:) why i can't see its meaning as"although"@@
A: Usually, "although" is at the beginning of the sentence, and "tho" is at the end. (tho = though).

Ex1: Although she was pretty, she was very evil.
Ex2: She was pretty, but very evil though.

Ex3: Although it's a cloudy day, there should be no rain.
Ex4: It's a cloudy day, but there should be no rain though.

There is no solid rule though, it's all about how natural it sounds to native speakers.

Usually sentences like Ex2 and 4 are more colloquial.

Hope this helps !
Q: What is "tho"? Why do you put that word at the end? Thank you.
A: @RobertoAvilalalala yes you can. However, it would sound more natural without though.
She is beautiful, isn't she?
Don't forget your comma!
She is beautiful though, isn't she?
Q: When can I use "tho"?
A: "Tho" is short for "though". You can use it whenever you want to replace "though", but because it is slang, I would only use it in casual writing.

EDIT: "Tho" is used as a slang word as well, and Teddie's definition is better than one I could give on that one.
Q: What does "tho" in 1444 mean?
A: It's short for "though".

They're quoting a famous poem by Tennyson, The Charge of the Light Brigade. You can read it here: