- pronoun any person or people: there wasn't anyone there.UsageThe two-word form any one is not the same as the one-word form anyone. Any one means ‘any single (person or thing)’, as in not more than twelve new members are admitted in any one year.
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Anyone — is a band from Southern California that formed in 1995. Their 2001 self titled album was released on Roadrunner Records. They have described their music using the term maximum acid , combining a heavy metal sound with psychedelic rock influences … Wikipedia
Anyone — A ny*one, n. One taken at random rather than by selection; anybody. Note: [Commonly written as two words.] [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
anyone — index whoever Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
anyone — (n.) Old English, two words, from ANY (Cf. any) + ONE (Cf. one). Old English also used ænigmon in this sense. One word form from 1844 … Etymology dictionary
anyone — [n] one, some unspecified person all, anybody, anybody at all, any of, any person, a person, each and every one, everybody, everyone, masses, one, public, whole world; concept 417 … New thesaurus
anyone — ► PRONOUN ▪ any person or people … English terms dictionary
anyone — [ən′ēwun΄] pron. any person; anybody … English World dictionary
anyone — [[t]e̱niwʌn[/t]] ♦♦ (The form anybody is also used.) 1) PRON INDEF You use anyone or anybody in statements with negative meaning to indicate in a general way that nobody is present or involved in an action. I won t tell anyone I saw you here...… … English dictionary
anyone — an|y|one [ eni,wʌn ] pronoun *** 1. ) usually in negatives or questions used instead of someone when asking or saying whether there is even one person: Was there anyone at home? Did he mention anyone special? I m not blaming anyone for what… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
anyone */*/*/ — UK [ˈenɪˌwʌn] / US pronoun 1) [usually in negatives or questions] used instead of someone when asking or saying whether there is even one person Was there anyone at home? I m not blaming anyone for what happened. Did he mention anyone special?… … English dictionary
anyone — pronoun / eniwVn/ 1 any person in a group or in the world, when it is not important to say exactly who: Anyone can cook risotto it s easy! | He s cleverer than anyone I know. | anyone tall/rich etc: Anyone stupid enough to believe that deserves… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English