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any more

(ˌɛnɪˈmɔː) or

anymore

adv
any longer; still; now or from now on; nowadays: he does not work here any more.

any more

If you want to say that something that happened in the past does not happen now, you say that it does not happen any more. Any more usually comes at the end of a clause.

There was no noise any more.
He can't hurt us any more.
I don't drive much any more.

Be Careful!
Don't say that something does not happen 'no more'. Don't say, for example, He can't hurt us no more.

Any more is sometimes spelled anymore, especially in American English. Some speakers of British English think this spelling is incorrect.

The land isn't valuable anymore.
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any more

adverb any longer I couldn't trust him any more.
Translations
أبدا هذه الأيّام
už ne
ikke længere
többé nem
ekki lengur
už viac
artıkbir daha

more

(moː) comparative of many ~much adjective
1. a greater number or quantity of. I've more pencils than he has.
2. an additional number or quantity of. We need some more milk.
adverb
1. used to form the comparative of many adjectives and adverbs, especially those of more than two syllables. She can do it more easily that I can; He is much more intelligent than they are.
2. to a greater degree or extent. I'm exercising a little more now than I used to.
3. again. We'll play it once more.
pronoun
1. a greater number or quantity. `Are there a lot of people?' `There are far more than we expected.'
2. an additional number or amount. We've run out of paint. Will you go and get some more?
moreˈover adverb
also; what is more important. I don't like the idea, and moreover, I think it's illegal.
any more
any longer; nowadays. He doesn't go any more, but he used to go twice a week.
more and more
increasingly. It's becoming more and more difficult to see.
more or less
approximately or almost. They've more or less finished the job; The distance is ten kilometres, more or less.
the more … the more/less
The more I see her, the more/less I like her.
what is / what's more
moreover. He came home after midnight, and what's more, he was drunk.
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Making one's way through the seemingly endless Arsenale, it was hard to see how a welter of exhibitions was any more sensitive to art and its audience than a single focused show might have been.
On hearing Henry had changed the sentence to beheading, More joked with his jailer, "God forbid the king should use any more such mercy unto any of my friends.