Anytime may refer to:
* "Anytime" (Brian McKnight album), and the title song
* "Anytime" (1921 song), a popular song by Herbert "Happy" Lawson
Anytime (Kumi Koda song), a 2008 single by J-Pop singer Kumi Koda
* "Anytime" (Cheap Trick song)
* A song by My Morning Jacket from their album "Z"
* A single by The Jets from their album "Magic"
* A song by Journey, from their 1978 album "Infinity"
Anytime algorithm, in artificial intelligence
* Oh Yeong Jong, a South Korean professional player of StarCraft who uses the moniker Anytime
* A song by Eve 6, featured in the 2001 film, Out Cold
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Anytime — Single par Kumi Kōda, Tohoshinki extrait de l’album Kingdom Face A Anytime Face B Bounce Sortie 23 janvier 2008 … Wikipédia en Français
anytime — (adv.) one word form by 1854, from ANY (Cf. any) + TIME (Cf. time) (n.) … Etymology dictionary
anytime — [n] unspecified moment, period at all, at any moment, at one’s convenience, everytime, no matter when, whenever, when one will; concepts 807,819 … New thesaurus
anytime — [en′ētīm΄] adv. at any time conj. WHENEVER (conj. 1) … English World dictionary
anytime — an|y|time [ eni,taım ] adverb * at any time: You can come and see me anytime you like. anytime soon: The strike isn t going to end anytime soon. They should be here anytime now … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
anytime — [[t]e̱nita͟ɪm[/t]] ADV INDEF: ADV with v, oft ADV prep/cl You use anytime to mean a point in time which is not fixed or set. The college admits students anytime during the year... He can leave anytime he wants... He can call me anytime … English dictionary
anytime — UK [ˈenɪˌtaɪm] / US adverb at any time You can come and see me anytime you like. They should be here anytime now. anytime soon: The strike isn t going to end anytime soon … English dictionary
anytime — an|y|time [ˈenitaım] adv at any time ▪ Call me anytime. I m always home. ▪ They should arrive anytime between noon and 3 p.m … Dictionary of contemporary English
Anytime. — interj. You are welcome.; Happy to oblige. (Sometimes said in response to Thank you.) □ MARY: Thanks for the ride. PAUL: Anytime. Think nothing of it. □ TOM: You’ve been a real friend, Sally. can’t thank you enough. SALLY: Anytime … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
anytime — /en ee tuym /, adv. 1. at any time; regardless of hour, date, etc.; whenever. 2. invariably; without doubt or exception; always: I can do better than that anytime. [1780 90; ANY + TIME] * * * … Universalium