Definition of 'anyone'
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To me it seems undeniable that anyone who uses a phone at the wheel is a criminal. The Sun (2016)Why should anyone worry about gardening on lime? Times, Sunday Times (2017)We are no more exposed to currency fluctuations than anyone else in the sector. The Sun (2016)Now anyone can access millions of sources of information at the touch of a button. Computing (2010)Why would anyone want that to end? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We think he caught a train without telling anyone his plans. The Sun (2017)It was on a very quiet street and we thought there was no chance anyone would see us. The Sun (2016)At school it became a party trick - he could talk to anyone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I find it incredible that anyone uses it seriously, let alone about themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She tries not to read about herself and avoids all social media, but gets as upset as anyone else when people say unkind things. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is crazy and no use to anyone. The Sun (2008)The moon sets up meetings with people unlike anyone you know. The Sun (2012)One of the things my dad taught me was not to worry about what anyone thinks. The Sun (2012)He was the last person anyone would have expected to stray. The Sun (2010)But anyone could see she looked pretty as a picture. The Sun (2008)Not a lot of this offers present help to anyone now wishing to be a success. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What would your advice be to anyone wanting a career in law? Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can talk to anyone and really get your message across. The Sun (2014)You can still look anyone straight in the eye about the quality of the recommendations below. The Sun (2009)They are online for anyone to use without charge. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Some people seem to like anyone but people who are like themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was just too dangerous to tell anyone about. THE HITLER-HESS DECEPTION (2003)You did not give a care to anyone else on the road. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was a much nicer person than anyone would have predicted possible from the series. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Could the editor not find anyone to present an otherwise good prog? Times, Sunday Times (2012)What advice would she give anyone wanting to get into fashion? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Can anyone tell me on which day we get the answers? The Sun (2008)We know we can beat anyone on our day so why should we fear anyone? Times, Sunday Times (2006)So anyone who used the gym more than twice a month would be better off with membership. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Not just for disabled people but for anyone with a dream. The Sun (2011)That has not stopped the pictures becoming instantly available on the internet for anyone to see free of charge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Trends of 'anyone'
Very Common. anyone is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'anyone'
British English: anyone /ˈɛnɪˌwʌn; -wən/ PRONOUN
You use anyone to talk about a person, when it does not matter who.
Don't tell anyone.
- American English: anyone
- Arabic: أَيُّ شَخْص
- Brazilian Portuguese: ninguém
- Chinese: 任何一个
- Croatian: itko
- Czech: někdo
- Danish: nogen
- Dutch: iemand
- European Spanish: alguien
- Finnish: kukaan
- French: quiconque
- German: irgendjemand
- Greek: κανένας
- Italian: nessuno
- Japanese: 誰でも
- Korean: 아무도
- Norwegian: noen
- Polish: ktokolwiek
- European Portuguese: qualquer pessoa
- Romanian: nimeni
- Russian: кто-нибудь
- Spanish: cualquiera
- Swedish: någon
- Thai: ใครสักคน
- Turkish: herhangi biri
- Ukrainian: хто-небудь
- Vietnamese: bất cứ ai
Definition of anyone from the Collins English Dictionary
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