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English definition of “in any case”

in any case

whatever happens or happened: You should be able to catch a bus, but in any case you can always take a taxi home. Note: Used to say that although some facts in a situation may change, one thing does not change.
(Definition of in any case from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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