English version

in any case

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin any casein any caseBUTwhatever happens or happened I don’t see why I couldn’t do it. In any case, I’m going to try. He’s too young to come and in any case I want him to spend the time with Mom. case
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in any caseRoxborough was a colleague not a friend; and, in any case, Pascoe wanted no-one's company but his own.And in any case, the more that people take out, the more can be put in.Under political pressure, and inpart because the banks are in any case controlled by their customers, the banks usually comply.None of us here has ever been bitten, but in any case the spider's bite is not very poisonous.About the necessity and effectiveness of surgeries there can in any case be reservations.It was always easier to wind down at home, in any case.It is in any case interesting that one from outside the circle of the Seven Houses can rise so high.Lil in any case has a breakfast meeting with those Fox Ghosts I saw snooping around Mephistco on my last trip back.Actually, the public is not very interested in the issue right now in any case.
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