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English definition of “any”

any

adjective, pronoun (NOT IMPORTANT WHICH)   /ˈen·i/
one of or each of, or a stated amount of (something that is more than one or has a number of parts ), without saying which particular part is meant : You can have any three items of clothing you like for $30. Any advice that you can give me would be greatly appreciated . They should be here any minute (= soon ). Any way you look at it, the investment was a bad idea . I saw some beautiful cars at the auto show, any of which I’d like to have.
(Definition of any adjective, pronoun (NOT IMPORTANT WHICH) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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