Bedeutung von “anywhere” — Learner’s Dictionary

anywhere

adverb us uk /ˈeniweər/ also US anyplace
There were no signposts anywhere.They must be in bed - I can't see any lights on anywhere.Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the premises.Are you going anywhere near the post office?Were you anywhere nearby when the accident happened?
IN ANY PLACE

A2 in or to any place:

Just sit anywhere.
I couldn't find a post office anywhere.
A PLACE

A2 used in questions and negatives to mean 'a place':

He doesn't have anywhere to stay.
Can you find anywhere to hang your coat?
Is there anywhere else you'd like to visit while you're here?
anywhere near sth

used in questions and negatives to mean 'close to being or doing something':

The house isn't anywhere near ready.

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