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何にでも, なんにでも, なににでも

  • nannidemo,naninidemo


adverb (fukushi)

  • everything
  • for (to) everything
  • (in) anything

Examples of 何にでも,なんにでも,なににでも in a Sentence

In a word, he tires of everything.
He is interested in anything that has to do with religion.
Young people adapt themselves to something sooner than old people.
Little children like to touch everything.
She finds fault with everything and everyone.
She is curious about anything.
Children are curious about everything.
There are both merits and demerits in anything.
He engages himself in every new project.

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