not...any more

not...any more
not...any more/longer/ phrase
used for saying that a situation has ended or someone has stopped doing something

She couldn’t wait any longer.

The Campbells don’t live here any more.

Usage note
Any more is sometimes written as one word anymore .
Thesaurus: finished and completedsynonym to kill a person or animalsynonym
Main entry: any

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  • not...any longer — not...any more/longer/ phrase used for saying that a situation has ended or someone has stopped doing something She couldn’t wait any longer. The Campbells don’t live here any more. Usage note Any more is sometimes written as one word …   Useful english dictionary

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  • more */*/*/ — UK [mɔː(r)] / US [mɔr] adverb, determiner, pronoun Summary: More is the comparative form of much and many and can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by a noun): He wants to spend more time with his family. as a pronoun: I… …   English dictionary

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  • more*/*/*/ — [mɔː] grammar word summary: More is the comparative form of much and many. It can be: ■ a determiner: He wants to spend more time with his family. ■ a pronoun: I wish I could do more to help. ♦ I m not going to listen to any more of your lies. ■… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • more — 1 adverb 1 (+ adj/adv) having a particular quality or characteristic to a greater degree than someone or something else: more interesting/expensive etc: We can make the test more difficult byadding a time limit. | It could have been an infection… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • any — an|y1 W1S1 [ˈeni] determiner, pron 1.) [usually in questions and negatives] some or even the smallest amount or number ▪ Have you got any money? ▪ Do you need any further information? any of ▪ Are any of the paintings for sale? ▪ They didn t… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • any*/*/*/ — [ˈeni] grammar word summary: Any can be: ■ a determiner: Any intelligent child can use this software. ■ a pronoun: I needed milk, but there wasn t any. ♦ Have you read any of his books? ■ an adverb: Are you feeling any better? 1) used instead of… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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