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expression, adverb

English Meaning(s) for 何でも

expression, adverb
  1. any; whatever one likes; by all means; anything; everything

Definition and Synonyms for 何でも

By All Means definitely or certainly
Synonyms: ぜひ, どうぞ, どうしても, 何でも, 何でもかでも, 何でもかんでも, 何が何でも, 何卒, 是非とも, 理が非でも, 雨が降ろうと槍が降ろうと

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Sample Sentences for 何でも

She talks as if she knew everything about it.
She may well be said to think of everything in terms of money.
He will have his own way in everything.
Not hardly. He eats like a goat.
That guard tends to do everything by the book.

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