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anything

pronoun  /ˈen·iˌθɪŋ/ us  
any event, act, or object whatever, or (esp. in negative statements or questions) something: Is there anything I can do to help? I didn’t know anything about computers till I started this job. I don’t want to say anything to upset her. infml It was a fantastic party – I wouldn’t have missed it for anything (= for any reason).
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