Definition of thereto in English:

thereto

adverb

archaic, formal
  • To that or that place.

    ‘the third party assents thereto’
    • ‘Defendants must be informed of the charge against them in a language which they understand and must be given appropriate time to prepare a defence thereto.’
    • ‘Five crashes in as many months speak for themselves, and without urgent action to reduce the speed limit to 40 mph, and to secure adherence thereto, more deaths on this road are inevitable.’
    • ‘It was further resolved that remaining sections of Article VIII of the by-laws and any references thereto would be renumbered accordingly.’
    • ‘If any dispute which is referable to adjudication is for any reason decided by any court, then the court shall have the same powers in relation thereto as the adjudicator.’
    • ‘In the case at bar it was clear that the plaintiff, as a creditor, objected to the proposal and did not assent thereto.’
    • ‘Switching circuitry in the power components allows the fan-out device to isolate cable runs connected thereto that have shorts or other problems.’
    • ‘Indeed, many of the needs of the American military may be met, in the short term, by existing technology or modifications thereto, rather than new programs.’
    • ‘In the first place, they are British citizens with all the rights and duties appertaining thereto.’
    • ‘Finally he considers the fundamental nature of marriage and whether or not extending it to same-sex couples would constitute a threat thereto.’
    • ‘All liabilities relating thereto were paid except $931.88.’
    • ‘Without once explicitly citing Israel's scriptures, it contains more allusions thereto than any other New Testament writing.’
    • ‘We have already seen that Articles 23 to 25 are designed to prevent customs duties, or charges equivalent thereto, from impeding the free flow of goods.’
    • ‘The carrier shall be liable for the total or partial loss of the goods and for damage thereto occurring between the time when he takes over the goods and the time of delivery, as well as for any delay in delivery.’
    • ‘Primarily it must be accepted that the aim is to repeal the European Communities Act of 1972 and all subsequent amendments thereto.’
    • ‘Well, there are so many victims of sexual assault who go through the trauma not just of the crime, but of what happens subsequent thereto.’
    • ‘In this work he defined religion as the ‘belief that there is an unseen order, and that our supreme good lies in harmoniously adjusting ourselves thereto.’’
    • ‘The parties have agreed that the terms of the settlement are confidential and it has been agreed that neither party will issue any statement to the press in regard thereto.’
    • ‘The Contractor shall comply with the general duties imposed on him by the 1974 Act and shall ensure that his employees and agents perform their duties in relation thereto.’
    • ‘Over here we have different labels, but the problems, the complaints, the proposed solutions, and the objections thereto, are all hauntingly similar.’
    • ‘The distinction between the two conclusions, however, is explainable by the difference in the respective methods of transfer employed in the two cases and by the banking practices related thereto.’

Pronunciation

thereto

/ðɛːˈtuː/