CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- anyone (n.)
- Old English, two words, from any + one. Old English also used ænigmon in this sense. One-word form from 1844.
- 1. It's very dispiriting for anyone to be out of a job.
- 2. She has done more to divide the Conservatives than anyone else.
- 3. It's not a case of whether anyone would notice or not.
- 4. She never participated in obtaining or copying any classified documents for anyone.
- 5. Anyone would think you were in love with the girl.
[ anyone 造句 ]