Bedeutung von “whatever” — Learner’s Dictionary


adverb, pronoun, determiner us uk /wɒtˈevər/
Extra Examples
You can have whatever you desire.She was given carte blanche to make whatever changes she wanted.He'll do whatever I tell him.You can't just do whatever you feel like!Make whatever changes are necessary.

B1 anything or everything:

Do whatever you want.
He eats whatever I put in front of him.

B2 used to say that what happens is not important because it does not change a situation:

Whatever happens I'll still love you.
We'll support you, whatever you decide.

used to ask for information when you are surprised or angry about something:

Whatever do you mean?
ANGRY informal

something that you say when you are angry with someone who is asking you something:

'Isabel, will you just listen when I'm talking to you?' 'Whatever.'
or whatever

B2 or something similar:

The children are usually outside playing football or whatever.

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