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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
any (adjective)
1.
one or some indiscriminately of whatever kind
a) one or another taken at random - ask any man you meet
b) - every used to indicate one selected without restriction any child would know that
2.
one, some, or all indiscriminately of whatever quantity
a) one or more - used to indicate an undetermined number or amount have you any money
b) - all used to indicate a maximum or whole needs any help he can get
c) a or some without reference to quantity or extent - grateful for any favor at all
3.
a) unmeasured or unlimited in amount, number, or extent - any quantity you desire
b) appreciably large or extended - could not endure it any length of time
any (pronoun, singular or plural in construction)
1.
any person or persons - anyone
2.
a) any thing or things
b) any part, quantity, or number
any (adverb)
to any extent or degree - at all was never any good no, it doesn't help me any
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
any (adjective)
being one of a group
SYNONIMS:
any, every
RELATED WORDS:
all; several, various; particular; respective, specific; either
NEAR ANTONYMS:
neither
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