英 [ˈeniθɪŋ] 美 [ˈɛniˌθɪŋ]
代词 任何东西; (用于否定句、疑问句中以及 if 或 whether 和 prevent、ban、avoid 等动词后，代替 something)任何东西; 重要东西; 重要事物
1. Don't be dependent on anyone for anything.
2. Anything will do to keep the door open.
3. Can I do anything for you?
1. From a business perspective, anything that makes an organization more effective or more efficient has value.
2. " Contraband " was recorded while Weiland was dealing with another drugs bust, and amid massive skepticism that the group would amount to anything.
3. Beijing is ordering local officials to adhere to a new " made in China " policy when buying anything.
4. " You don't gain anything by being negative, " he said.
5. " We haven't seen anything spread so fast, " she said by telephone.
6. That's why when they see anything suspicious, they call us right away.
7. When she was awake, she would listen for sounds and call out to anything she heard.
8. In Wu's opinion, this type of woman " can fix anything but men ".
9. " You can't do anything about injuries, " Mourinho said.
10. Her stories and novels have a heightened sensibility toward anything visual or sensory but most film adaptations have failed to capture her exquisite essence.
You use as anything after an adjective to emphasize a quality that someone has.
e.g. He used to be as smart as anything...
e.g. She opened the door and jumped out, quick as anything.
You use anything but in expressions such as anything but quiet and anything but attractive to emphasize that something is not the case.
e.g. I will be anything but quiet on Saturday night!...
e.g. There's no evidence that he told anyone to say anything but the truth...
You use anything in expressions such as anything near ,anything close to and anything like to emphasize a statement that you are making.
e.g. Doctors have decided the only way he can live anything near a normal life is to give him an operation...
e.g. Only Cowans played anything close to his true form...
When you do not want to be exact, you use anything to talk about a particular range of things or quantities.
e.g. Factory farming has turned the cow into a milk machine, producing anything from 25 to 40 litres of milk per day...
e.g. Fights with his father lasted anything between fifteen minutes and an hour.