Definition of 'anytime'
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No one expects perfect fluency or completely native speakers anytime soon. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Stead has played in all four top tiers in English football but has no plans to hang up his boots anytime soon. The Sun (2016)I can't see myself leaving anytime soon. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Will the actress manage to get back on her feet anytime soon? The Sun (2016)They are not getting their party back anytime soon. The Sun (2016)That is unlikely to improve anytime soon. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But she did not expect to have to leave her seat anytime soon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And he has no intention of leaving anytime soon. The Sun (2013)You can call me there anytime. In God's Country: travels in the Bible belt, USA. (1989)Looks like we won't be giving up our day jobs anytime soon. The Sun (2011)We have completely embraced the anytime, anywhere convenience of the internet. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And her daughter isn't getting her shirt back anytime soon. The Sun (2016)Their stories are set anywhere, anytime. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It will charge almost all portable electronic devices anytime, anywhere. The Sun (2008)But that won't be anytime soon. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But this could be at anytime and anywhere in the world, meaning they have to drop other lucrative work opportunities. The Sun (2015)People expect it anywhere, anytime. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I asked if he is thinking of moving back from Oregon anytime soon. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I can open his books anytime, anywhere and be delighted. The Sun (2012)The minister in one sense is a useless person, useless in that he or she can be used at anytime by anyone for anything. Christianity Today (2000)Go each-way and get 9-1 he scores anytime as well. The Sun (2013)You could go anywhere, anytime, with complete freedom of movement. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)JT 14-1 at bet365 to score anytime. The Sun (2011)I thought I could come back for her anytime. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Used Occasionally. anytime is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'anytime'
British English: anytime /ˈɛnɪˌtaɪm/ ADVERB
You use anytime to mean a point in time that is not fixed.
You can join the course anytime in the year.
- American English: anytime
- Arabic: في أَيِّ وَقْت
- Brazilian Portuguese: em qualquer altura
- Chinese: 任何时间
- Croatian: bilo kad
- Czech: kdykoli
- Danish: når som helst
- Dutch: op elk punt
- European Spanish: en cualquier momento
- Finnish: milloin tahansa
- French: n'importe quand
- German: jederzeit
- Greek: οποτεδήποτε
- Italian: in qualsiasi momento
- Japanese: いつでも
- Korean: 언제든지
- Norwegian: helst
- Polish: kiedykolwiek
- European Portuguese: a qualquer momento
- Romanian: oricând
- Russian: в любое время
- Spanish: en cualquier momento
- Swedish: när som helst
- Thai: เวลาใดก็ตาม
- Turkish: herhangi bir zaman
- Ukrainian: будь-коли
- Vietnamese: bất cứ lúc nào
Definition of anytime from the Collins English Dictionary
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