- in, at, or to any place
- Informal at all; to any extent
Also Informal, Dial.an′y·wheres·
Informal any amount, rate, time, etc. between (stated limits): anywhere from five to ten dollars
- To, in, or at any place.
- To any extent or degree; at all: The project isn't anywhere near completion.
- Used to indicate limits of variation: Anywhere from 300 to 400 patients suffered secondary infections.
Any place whatsoever.
- In or at any location or an unknown location.
- I don't know where I left my keys. They could be anywhere.
- I'd rather be anywhere else.
- To (in the direction of) any location or an unknown location.
- Anywhere you go in France, there will be bread and wine with dinner.
- I'm staying home today. I'm not going anywhere.
- Are you going anywhere special this weekend?