anyway

英 ['enɪweɪ] 美 ['ɛnɪ'we]
  • adv. 无论如何,不管怎样;总之
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anyway (adv.)
1560s, any way "in any manner;" variant any ways (with adverbial genitive) attested from c. 1560, prepositional phrase by any way is from late 14c.; see any + way (n.). One-word form predominated from 1830s. As an adverbial conjunction, from 1859. Middle English in this sense had ani-gates "in any way, somehow" (c. 1400).
1. A miracle is something that seems impossible but happens anyway.
奇迹就是看似不可能,却发生了。

来自电影《黑衣人3》

2. Recession has simply accelerated changes that have been reshaping the industry anyway.
经济萧条只不过加速了原本就在改变行业状况的变化。

来自柯林斯例句

3. Mary Ann doesn't want to have children. Not right now, anyway.
玛丽·安不想要孩子,至少现在不想。

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4. The chase is always much more exciting than the conquest anyway.
不管怎么说,追求的过程总比得手更为刺激。

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5. I left medicine anyway. I wasn't really cut out for it.
我还是放弃学医了,我真的不是那块料。

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