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any British & World English

Used to refer to one or some of a thing or number of things, no matter how much or how many

any English Thesaurus

is there any ginger cake left?

any- New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

pronouns and adverbs beginning with any-, every-, and some- are usually single words (‘anyone you ask’, ‘everything I own’, ‘somebody to talk to’), but where each word retains its own meaning the words are printed separately (‘any one item’, ‘every thing in its place’)

with luck British & World English

Expressing the hope that something will happen in the way described

any day British & World English

At any time or under any circumstances (used to express a strong opinion or preference)

any old British & World English

Any item of a specified type (used to show that no particular individual is in question)

any more British & World English

To any further extent; any longer

any time British & World English

At whatever time

any more New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, one word in US)

in any case British & World English

Whatever happens or may have happened

in any event British & World English

Whatever happens or may have happened

be any good British & World English

Have some (or none or a lot of) merit

by any means British & World English

In any way; at all

any old how British & World English

In no particular order

at any price British & World English

No matter what expense or difficulty is involved

at any rate British & World English

Whatever happens or may have happened

any amount of British & World English

A great deal or number of

by any chance British & World English

Possibly (used in tentative enquiries or suggestions)

any number of British & World English

Any particular whole quantity of

not just any —— British & World English

A particular or special thing of its type rather than any ordinary one of that type

be not having any British & World English

Be uninterested or disagree

not go any further British & World English

(Of a secret) not be told to anyone else

any port in a storm British & World English

In adverse circumstances one welcomes any source of relief or escape

at all costs British & World English

Regardless of the price to be paid or the effort needed

in any shape or form British & World English

In any manner or under any circumstances

any day in day British & World English

At any time or under any circumstances (used to express a strong opinion or preference)

any old in old British & World English

Any item of a specified type (used to show that no particular individual is in question)

not pay someone any mind British & World English

Not pay someone any attention

any more in any British & World English

To any further extent; any longer

any road in any British & World English

informal term for anyway.


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