an‧y‧where S1 W3 also anyplace American English
in or to any place:
Sit anywhere you like.
You can buy clothes like these anywhere.
I don't want to live in London, but I'd be happy living anywhere else.
used in questions to mean 'somewhere':
Do you need anywhere to stay for the night?
Did you go anywhere exotic on vacation this year?
Have you been anywhere else in Spain?
used in negative sentences to mean no place:
I can't find my passport anywhere.
not at all near:
I wasn't anywhere near him when he fell.
not at all:
I don't think these figures are anywhere near accurate.
used to mean any age, number, amount etc between the ones that you say:
She could have been anywhere between 45 and 60 years of age.
We can accommodate anywhere between 60 to 300 people.
to not be successful at all:
You won't get anywhere without qualifications.
if something does not get you anywhere, it does not change a situation or help you to achieve something:
You can try writing to complain, but I don't think it will get you anywhere.
to not be achieving success in your life:
He's a nice enough lad, but he's not going anywhere.