Bedeutung von “anyway” — Learner’s Dictionary

anyway

adverb us uk /ˈeniweɪ/ also anyhow, also US spoken anyways
Extra Examples
I'm not that hungry anyway.I probably wouldn't have been able to go anyway.I wouldn't be able to come at that time anyway.I don't really like folk music anyway.I never liked him anyway.
MORE IMPORTANTLY

B1 used to give a more important reason for something that you are saying:

I don't need a car and I can't afford one anyway.
We can drive you to the station - we go that way anyway.
DESPITE

A2 despite that:

He hates carrots but he ate them anyway.
IN CONVERSATION

A2 used when you are returning to an earlier subject:

Anyway, as I said, I'll be away next week.
CHANGING STATEMENT

used when you want to slightly change something that you have just said:

Boys aren't horrible - not all of them anyway!

(Definition von “anyway” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)