an elementary particle or particle-like excitation having properties intermediate between those of bosons and fermions.
any person at all; anybody: Did anyone see the accident? Contemporary Examples There are some native foods which are just not that appealing to anyone who didn’t grow up on them. Yes, Some of US Really Like Pumpkin Megan McArdle October 16, 2012 A survey by the U of T/Austin said campaign donors are more […]
any person at all; anybody: Did anyone see the accident? pronoun any person; anybody (used with a negative or a question) a person of any importance: is he anyone in this town? (often preceded by just) any person at random; no matter who n. Old English, two words, from any + one. Old English also […]
- Anyone’s guess
Something that no one knows for sure, as in Will it rain next Sunday? That’s anyone’s guess. [ Mid-1900s ] Also see: your guess is as good as mine
- Anything but
any thing whatever; something, no matter what: Do you have anything for a toothache? a thing of any kind. in any degree; to any extent; in any way; at all: Does it taste anything like chocolate? anything but, in no degree or respect; not in the least: The plans were anything but definite. anything goes, […]