into the singular, one, a or an, some; inside plural, some: indeterminately distributed, implying unlimited option as to the specific device, quantity, or quantity, and therefore subordinately on quality, whichever, of whatever volume or sort; an indeterminate device or quantity of units out-of numerous or all.
[In affirmative sentences, any, becoming indeterminate in application, in effect has reference to every device of the kind talked about, and therefore might nearly equivalent to every: as, any schoolboy would realize that; any attempt to evade the law will likely to be resisted: therefore in anybody, anybody, anything, etc.
When any is preceded by a poor, expressed or suggested, the 2 are collectively equal to an emphatic bad, ‘none anyway,’ ‘not also one’: because, there's never ever already been any doubt about this.
inside singular, one, some; in plural, some: indeterminately distributed in the same uses while the adjective, and used absolutely or accompanied by of in partitive building: with reference to persons, anyone, anybody; into the plural, any persons.
[In this feeling it might formerly have a possessive.
in virtually any level; to your degree; at all: specifically combined with comparatives, as much better, any worse, more, any less, any sooner, any later on, any more, etc.
Also, in unfavorable and interrogative sentences, used absolutely: as, it did not rain any here; achieved it hurt him any?