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(at) any minute (now)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(at) any minute (now)(at) any minute (now)SOONused to say that something will or may happen extremely soon We’re expecting them any minute now. minute
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(at) any minute (now)His clothes look as if they are re-tailored daily to accommodate any minute fluctuations in weight.The right guy would come along any minute now.Linda is due to arrive any minute.The police could arrive at any minute!And underneath it all was a sour feeling that at any minute the very pillars of life could collapse.At any minute Penumbra's killers could burst in here and carry you off.I was expecting her any minute.They said they were sending along at once, so they should be here any minute now.
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