English version

if anything

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishif anythingif anythingspoken used when you are adding something to emphasize what you have just said Sam didn’t seem too disappointed at losing. If anything, he seemed relieved that it was all over. anything
Examples from the Corpus
if anythingBut his father said, not a bit; hardened if anything.In this case you will only be responsible for the balance, if anything.But what, if anything, can they do with all this information?That percentage had, if anything, dropped by 2015.I'd wager that, if anything, people's tastes are getting more diverse these days than they used to be.No-one ever heard what, if anything, she told them; but the hives grew amazingly heavy.Truth was, I more than once looked back over my shoulder to see if anything was following me.He asked if anything was the matter.
if anythingif anythingused when adding a remark that changes what you have just said or makes it stronger It’s warm enough here in London. A little too warm, if anything. if
Examples from the Corpus
if anythingBut his father said, not a bit; hardened if anything.In this case you will only be responsible for the balance, if anything.But what, if anything, can they do with all this information?That percentage had, if anything, dropped by 2015.I'd wager that, if anything, people's tastes are getting more diverse these days than they used to be.No-one ever heard what, if anything, she told them; but the hives grew amazingly heavy.Truth was, I more than once looked back over my shoulder to see if anything was following me.He asked if anything was the matter.
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