- an|y|place [ˈenipleıs] adv AmE▪ I can't imagine living anyplace else now.
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anyplace — ☆ anyplace [ən′ēplās΄ ] adv. Informal in or to any place; anywhere in or to any place; anywhere get anyplace Informal to have any success … English World dictionary
anyplace — (n.) 1911, from ANY (Cf. any) + PLACE (Cf. place) … Etymology dictionary
anyplace — [n] unspecified area all over, anywhere, everywhere, in any place, in whatever place, wherever; concept 198 … New thesaurus
anyplace — [[t]e̱nipleɪs[/t]] ADV: ADV after v Anyplace means the same as anywhere. [AM, INFORMAL] She didn t have anyplace to go... You can go anyplace to get the car serviced … English dictionary
anyplace — /en ee plays /, adv. anywhere. [1915 20; ANY + PLACE] Usage. The adverb ANYPLACE is most often written as one word: Anyplace you look there are ruins. It occurs mainly in informal speech and only occasionally in writing. ANYWHERE is by far the… … Universalium
anyplace — an•y•place [[t]ˈɛn iˌpleɪs[/t]] adv. use anywhere • Etymology: 1915–20 usage: The adverb anyplace is most often written as one word: Anyplace you look there are ruins. It occurs mainly in informal speech and writing. anywhere is by far the more… … From formal English to slang
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anyplace — an|y|place [ eni,pleıs ] function word AMERICAN ANYWHERE: With this ticket you get to go anyplace you want to … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
anyplace — adverb AmE anywhere: It s funny, I ve never felt anyplace was home before I came to Connecticut … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
anyplace — adverb Date: 1916 in any place ; anywhere … New Collegiate Dictionary