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1any/ˈɛni/adjective
1any
/ˈɛni/
adjective
Learner's definition of ANY  
always used before a noun
— used to indicate a person or thing that is not particular or specific
— used to indicate an amount greater than zero or none — usually used in negative statements, in questions, and in statements with if or whether
Usage   Some is used instead of any in positive statements. It is sometimes used instead of any in questions and in statements with if or whether.

any moment

— see moment

any old

— see 1old

at any cost

— see 1cost

by any chance

— see 1chance

go to any length/lengths

— see length

in any case

— see 1case

in any event

— see event
2any/ˈɛni/pronoun
2any
/ˈɛni/
pronoun
Learner's definition of ANY  
: any one of the people or things in a group — often + of
: any amount — often + of
3any/ˈɛni/adverb
3any
/ˈɛni/
adverb
Learner's definition of ANY  
: to the least amount or degree
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