CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- anything (n.)
- late Old English aniþing, from any + thing. But Old English ænig þinga apparently also meant "somehow, anyhow" (glossing Latin quoquo modo).
- 1. She'd do anything for a bit of pin money.
- 2. People will work themselves up into a state about anything.
- 3. "What would you like to eat?" — "Anything'll do me, Eva."
- 4. I hope I haven't said anything to upset you.
- 5. You need hard currency to get anything halfway decent.
[ anything 造句 ]