anything

anything
{'eniθiŋ}
1. във въпр. изречения нещо
did you see ANYTHING? видя ли нещо
2. в отр. изречения нищо
I didn't see ANYTHING не видях нищо
3. в утвърд. изречения какво да е, всичко, всяко нещо
capable of ANYTHING способен на всичко
it will cost ANYTHING from... to... може да стру ва от... до...
ANYTHING but всичко (друго), но не и, далеч/съвсем не
he is ANYTHING but a musician той е всичко (друго), но не и музикант, той не е никакъв музикант
not for ANYTHING на никаква цена, за нищо на света
as ANYTHING разг. много, съвсем, ужасно
as easy as ANYTHING съвсем лесно
like ANYTHING с все сила, бързо, като нищо
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{'enidin} n, pron 1. вьв вьпр. изречения нещо; did you see anything
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каквото и да е; нещо;
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1. anything but всичко (друго), но не и, далеч/съвсем не 2. as anything разг. много, съвсем, ужасно 3. as easy as anything съвсем лесно 4. capable of anything способен на всичко 5. did you see anything? видя ли нещо 6. he is anything but a musician той е всичко (друго), но не и музикант, той не е никакъв музикант 7. i didn't see anything не видях нищо 8. it will cost anything from ... to ... може да стру ва от ... до .. 9. like anything с все сила, бързо, като нищо 10. not for anything на никаква цена, за нищо на света 11. в отр. изречения нищо 12. в утвърд. изречения какво да е, всичко, всяко нещо 13. във въпр. изречения нещо
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anything[´eni¸uiʃ] pron 1. (във въпр. изречение) нещо; did you see \anything? видяхте ли нещо? 2. (в отриц. изречение) нищо; they couldn't see \anything не можаха да видят нищо; 3. какво да е; всичко, всяко нещо, нещо въобще, изобщо; only Cowans played \anything close to his true form само Коуънс свиреше нещо, което беше що-годе близко до формата му; capable of \anything способен на всичко; it will cost \anything from ... може да струва от ...; \anything but всичко, но не и; далеч не, съвсем не; he is \anything but a fool той съвсем (въобще) не е глупак; not for \anything на никаква цена, за нищо на света, в никакъв случай; as \anything разг. крайно, ужасно; съвсем; as peeved as \anything ужасно ядосан; as plainly as \anything съвсем ясно; от ясно по-ясно; like \anything силно, бързо, с все сила; I can't make \anything out of that не мога да разбера нищо от това.

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