Übersetzung von “any” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch


determiner, pronoun uk /ˈen·i/ us /ˈen·i/

A1 used in questions and negative statements to mean ‘some’

algo (de), nada (de), algún
Is there any cake left?
I haven’t read any of his books.

A1 used to mean ‘one’ when it is not important which one

Any of those shirts would be fine.
adverb uk /ˈen·i/ us /ˈen·i/

B1 used in questions and negative statements before a comparative adjective to make the sentence stronger

algo, nada
Do you feel any better?
I can’t walk any faster.

(Übersetzung von “any” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)


pronoun, adjective /ˈeni/

one, some, no matter which

’Which dress shall I wear?’ ’Wear any (dress)’
’Which dresses shall I pack?’ ’Pack any (dresses)’.

(in questions and negative sentences etc) one, some

algún; ningún
John has been to some interesting places but I’ve never been to any
Have you been to any interesting places?
We have hardly any coffee left.
anybody pronoun ( anyone)

(in questions, and negative sentences etc) some person

Is anybody there?

any person, no matter which

Get someone to help – anyone will do.


Anyone could tell you the answer to that.
anyhow adverb


en cualquier caso, de todas formas, con todo
Anyhow, even if the problem does arise, it won’t affect us.

in a careless, untidy way

de cualquier manera
Books were piled anyhow on the shelves.
anything pronoun

(in questions, and negative sentences etc) some thing

algo; nada
Can you see anything?
I can’t see anything.

a thing of any kind

lo que, cualquier cosa
You can buy anything you like
’What would you like for your birthday?’ ’Anything will do.’
anyway adverb

nevertheless; in spite of what has been or might be said, done etc

de todas formas, en cualquier caso
My mother says I mustn’t go but I’m going anyway
Anyway, she can’t stop you.
anywhere adverb

in any place at all

en alguna parte; en ninguna parte; en cualquier parte
Have you seen my gloves anywhere?
I can’t find them anywhere
’Where should I put these?’ ’Anywhere will do.’
at any rate

at least

al menos
It’s a pity it has started to rain, but at any rate we can still enjoy ourselves at the cinema
The Managing Director is coming to see us – at any rate, that’s what John says.
in any case


en cualquier caso, en todo caso
I think I locked the door, but I’d better check in any case.

(Übersetzung von “any” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)