Definition of 'anyhow'
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That it should have done so anyhow is now clear. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And she is done with that job now anyhow; she was just fired for not going. Christianity Today (2000)Nor does one interfere if the condition, while annoying, is of no importance and unlikely to make any difference anyhow. THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)
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Translations for 'anyhow'
British English: anyhow /ˈɛnɪˌhaʊ/ ADVERB
You use anyhow to give the idea that something is true even though other things have been said.
I'm not very good at golf, but I play anyhow.
- American English: anyhow
- Arabic: بِأَيِّ شَكْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: de qualquer maneira
- Chinese: 无论如何
- Croatian: unatoč tome
- Czech: stejně
- Danish: alligevel
- Dutch: hoe dan ook
- European Spanish: de cualquier manera
- Finnish: mitenkään
- French: quoi qu’il en soit
- German: jedenfalls
- Greek: ούτως ή άλλως
- Italian: comunque
- Japanese: とにかく
- Korean: 어쨌든
- Norwegian: uansett
- Polish: jakoś
- European Portuguese: de qualquer maneira
- Romanian: oricum
- Russian: во всяком случае
- Spanish: de cualquier manera
- Swedish: på något sätt
- Thai: อย่างไรก็ตาม
- Turkish: her halükarda
- Ukrainian: так чи інакше
- Vietnamese: dù sao đi nữa
Definition of anyhow from the Collins English Dictionary
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