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[en-ee-tahym] /ˈɛn iˌtaɪm/
at any, time; regardless of hour, date, etc.; whenever.
invariably; without doubt or exception; always:
I can do better than that anytime.
Origin of anytime
1780-90; any + time Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • At the moment this is a tech demo, and won't be coming to market anytime soon.
  • Good acquaintances, who know they can call me anytime if they had my phone number.
  • The world is uber complicated and not getting simpler anytime soon.
  • Fur, wool, or down-don't shed your winter coat anytime soon.
  • Most seismologists agree that predicting earthquakes days in advance is not going to be possible anytime soon.
  • But it isn't likely to appear anytime soon in a dictionary.
  • Try it with a roast chicken for a simple, anytime dinner.
  • Electric vehicles are getting a lot of attention lately, but internal combustion isn't going away anytime soon.
  • Over the last two years, the rich became poorer, and they may not return to their old levels of wealth anytime soon.
  • Could be any college, any students, and virtually anytime.
Word Origin and History for anytime

one-word form by 1854, from any + time (n.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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