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  1. Tet says:
    Jul 16,  · This Is the Car People Don't Want to Buy Anymore. Douglas A. McIntyre. July 16, am.
  2. Duzshura says:
    anymore: 1 adv at the present or from now on; usually used with a negative “Alice doesn't live here anymore ” Synonyms: any longer.
  3. Terisar says:
    Anymore. In American English,* anymore has two meanings: 1. Any longer (interchangeable with any more) I don’t want to work here anymore. Do you play golf anymore? If you sleep anymore, you’ll miss your bus. 2. Nowadays. Kids have no manners anymore. Anymore, television is just a waste of time.
  4. Mezahn says:
    The adverb anymore meaning “any longer” or “nowadays” is most commonly spelled as one word. It is used in negative constructions and in some types of questions: Sally doesn't work here anymore. Do you play tennis anymore?
  5. Shaktilmaran says:
    If you do not do something or something does not happen anymore, you have stopped doing it or it does not now happen: I don't do yoga anymore.
  6. Fekree says:
    Translate Anymore. See 2 authoritative translations of Anymore in Spanish with example sentences, phrases and audio pronunciations.
  7. Fenrilkree says:
    anymore adv adverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down." (with negative: any longer) (con negazione, dopo il verbo).
  8. Fekasa says:
    In the midwest(and maybe other places?), another word for "nowadays.".

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