Meaning of Idiom ‘Or Anything’
Or anything refers to any other related or similar thing; anything that is similar to something already mentioned.
This idiom is used to suggest other possibilities that would be acceptable, without naming anything specific.
Examples Of Use
“Listen, if you want to talk or anything, just let me know.”
“If you want to have a meeting with Mr. Mattings or anything, I can arrange something.”
“You want to go out for dinner or anything or would you rather just stay home?”
“I wasn’t lying or anything,” said Will, “I really didn’t know Thomas snuck out of the house.”
The word anything, in this idiom alludes to anything of that kind.
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