1) do you have anything to say?
2) (misc.) anything but ('not at all') (see the Usage Note for something)* * *['enɪθɪŋ]do you have anything to say?(misc.) anything but (see the Usage Note for something; 'not at all')
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Anything — may refer to:In music: * Anything (The Damned Album) and the title song * Anything (Kinnie Starr album), and the title song * Anything (Martina Topley Bird album), the U.S. version of Quixotic , and the song Anything * Anything (3T song) *… … Wikipedia
Anything — A ny*thing, n. 1. Any object, act, state, event, or fact whatever; thing of any kind; something or other; aught; as, I would not do it for anything. [1913 Webster] Did you ever know of anything so unlucky? A. Trollope. [1913 Webster] They do not… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Anything — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Anything» Sencillo de Blue System del álbum Here I Am Publicación 10 de noviembre de 1997 Formato CD Maxi y video … Wikipedia Español
Anything (EP) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Anything EP de The Cranberry Saw Us Publicación Enero de 1990 Grabación Grabado en los Xeric Studios, Limerick, Irlanda … Wikipedia Español
anything — [ən′ēthiŋ΄] pron. any object, event, fact, etc. [do you know anything about it?] n. a thing, no matter of what kind [do anything you want] adv. in any way; at all [is he anything like his father?] anything but by no means; not at all … English World dictionary
anything — ► PRONOUN ▪ a thing of any kind, no matter what. ● anything but Cf. ↑anything but … English terms dictionary
Anything — A ny*thing, adv. In any measure; anywise; at all. [1913 Webster] Mine old good will and hearty affection towards you is not . . . anything at all quailed. Robynson (More s Utopia). [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
anything — [n] unspecified object or event all, any one thing, anything at all, everything, whatever; concepts 2,433 … New thesaurus
anything — (n.) late O.E. aniþing, from ANY (Cf. any) + THING (Cf. thing). But O.E. ænig þinga apparently also meant somehow, anyhow (glossing L. quoquo modo) … Etymology dictionary
anything — an|y|thing [ eni,θıŋ ] pronoun *** 1. ) usually in negatives or questions used instead of something when saying or asking whether there is one thing or even a small amount of something: Do you know anything about baseball? He never does anything… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
anything — [[t]e̱nɪθɪŋ[/t]] ♦ 1) PRON INDEF: v PRON, oft PRON adj You use anything in statements with negative meaning to indicate in a general way that nothing is present or that an action or event does not or cannot happen. We can t do anything... Dad sat … English dictionary