Anytime ( adverb , noun )

(As an adverb)

Anytime ( adverb )

  1. At any time; whenever.
  2. Used to indicate that one is available to do something at any time that is convenient to the other person.

Origin:

Early 20th century: from any + time.

Examples:

  1. I can meet you anytime.
  2. You can call me anytime, day or night.
  3. I'm ready to go anytime.
  4. He said he would come by anytime.
  5. I can work on it anytime you want.

(As a noun)

Anytime ( noun )

  1. At any time; whenever.
  2. Used to indicate that one is available to do something at any time that is convenient to the other person.

Origin:

Early 20th century: from any + time.

Examples:

  1. I can meet you anytime.
  2. You can call me anytime, day or night.
  3. I'm ready to go anytime.
  4. He said he would come by anytime.
  5. I can work on it anytime you want.
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