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anyone

pronoun     /ˈen.i.wʌn/ ( also anybody)
used in questions and negatives to mean 'a person or people' (用於疑問句和否定句中)有人,任何人 I haven't spoken to anyone all day. 我一整天都沒跟任何人說過話。 I haven't told anyone. 我沒有告訴任何人。 Was there anyone you knew at the meeting? 開會的人你有認識的嗎? Has anyone seen my glasses anywhere? 有誰在哪裡看到我的眼鏡了嗎? Someone, anyone, no one or everyone
any person or any people 隨便哪個人 Anyone can go - you don't have to be invited. 誰都可以去,用不著邀請。 Anyone could dress well with all that money. 有了那些錢誰都可以穿得衣冠楚楚。 Someone, anyone, no one or everyone
(Definition of anyone from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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