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anyonepronoun

uk   us   /ˈen.i.wʌn/ (also anybody)
A2 used in questions and negatives to mean "a person or people": I haven't spoken to anyone all day. I haven't told anyone. Was there anyone you knew at the meeting? Has anyone seen my glasses anywhere?B1 any person or any people: Anyone can go - you don't have to be invited. Anyone could dress well with all that money.
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