Associations to the word «Any»
ANY, adverb. To even the slightest extent, at all.
ANY, pronoun. Any thing(s) or person(s).
ANY DAY, adverb. On any occasion; in any circumstances.
ANY LONGER, adverb. In negative or interrogative constructions: from a given time onwards.
ANY MINUTE NOW, adverb. Very soon.
ANY MORE, adverb. (in negative or interrogative constructions) From a given time onwards; longer, again.
ANY MORE, adverb. (colloquial) (chiefly Northern Ireland) (US) (in positive constructions) Now, from now on.
ANY MORE, adverb. To a greater extent (than).
ANY NOOK OR CRANNY, noun. (idiomatic) Any part of a place; anywhere.
ANY NOOKS OR CRANNIES, noun. Plural of any nook or cranny
ANY OLD NOOK OR CRANNY, noun. (idiomatic) Alternative form of any nook or cranny
ANY OLD THING, pronoun. (idiomatic) anything at all
ANY PORT IN A STORM, noun. (idiomatic) An unfavourable option which might well be avoided in good times but which nevertheless looks better than the alternatives at the current time.
ANY TIME, adverb. Alternative spelling of anytime
ANY TIME, interjection. Alternative spelling of anytime
ANY, adverb. To any degree or extent; "it isn't any better".
ANY, adjective. One or some or every or all without specification; "give me any peaches you don't want"; "not any milk is left"; "any child would know that"; "pick any card"; "any day now"; "cars can be rented at almost any airport"; "at twilight or any other time"; "beyond any doubt"; "need any help we can get"; "give me whatever peaches you don't want"; "no milk whatsoever is left".
Strong and bitter words indicate a weak cause.