anytime

See also: any time

EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

any +‎ time

AdverbEdit

anytime (not comparable)

  1. At any time

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InterjectionEdit

anytime

  1. "you're welcome" in response to "thank you" or "thanks."

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AdjectiveEdit

anytime (not comparable)

  1. Suitable for any time; not associated with any particular time.
    • 1992, Snack Food, volume 81, page 8:
      they appeal to consumers looking for a cookie to eat with breakfast coffee or tea as well as an any-time snack.
    • 2013, Alain Braux, Paleo French Cuisine page=109:
      Freeze them and reheat them for a perfect any time snack.
    • 2014, Lisa Viger, Easy, Affordable Raw: How to Go Raw on $10 a Day (page 88)
      They store beautifully for tomorrow's breakfast or an anytime snack. Wrap them individually for a super convenient snack on the go.

ReferencesEdit

  • anytime at OneLook Dictionary Search

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