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whatever happens

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  • whatever happens — phrase used for saying that nothing will change a situation or fact Whatever happens tomorrow, this experience has been worth the effort. Thesaurus: unlikely or impossible to changesynonym Main entry: happen …   Useful english dictionary

  • whatever happens — used for saying that nothing will change a situation or fact Whatever happens tomorrow, this experience has been worth the effort …   English dictionary

  • whatever happens — no matter what occurs …   English contemporary dictionary

  • whatever — what|ev|er [ wat evər, hwat evər ] function word *** Whatever can be used in the following ways: as a relative pronoun (starting a relative clause that is the subject, object, or complement of another clause): You can choose whatever you like. as …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • whatever */*/*/ — UK [wɒtˈevə(r)] / US [wɑtˈevər] / US [hwɑtˈevər] adverb, conjunction, determiner, pronoun Summary: Whatever can be used in the following ways: as a relative pronoun (starting a relative clause that is the subject, object, or complement of another …   English dictionary

  • whatever*/*/*/ — [wɒtˈevə] grammar word summary: Whatever can be: ■ a relative pronoun: You can choose whatever you like. ■ a determiner: We ll be ready at whatever time you get here. ■ a question pronoun: Whatever do you mean? ■ a conjunction: We must stay… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • whatever — [[t](h)wɒte̱və(r)[/t]] ♦♦ 1) CONJ SUBORD You use whatever to refer to anything or everything of a particular type. Franklin was free to do pretty much whatever he pleased... When you re older I think you re better equipped mentally to cope with… …   English dictionary

  • whatever — /wɒtˈɛvə / (say wot evuh) pronoun (relative) 1. anything that: do whatever you like. 2. any amount or measure (of something) that: whatever of time or energy may be mine. 3. no matter what: do it, whatever happens. 4. Colloquial anything or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • whatever — /hwut ev euhr, hwot , hweuht , wut , wot , weuht /, pron. 1. anything that (usually used in relative clauses): Whatever you say is all right with me. 2. (used relatively to indicate a quantity of a specified or implied antecedent): Take whatever… …   Universalium

  • whatever — what•ev•er [[t](h)wʌtˈɛv ər, (h)wɒt , (h)wət , wʌt , wɒt , wət [/t]] pron. 1) fun anything that (usu. used in relative clauses): Do whatever you like[/ex] 2) fun (used relatively to indicate a quantity of a specified or implied antecedent): Take… …   From formal English to slang

  • whatever — adj. & pron. 1 = WHAT (in relative uses) with the emphasis on indefiniteness (lend me whatever you can; whatever money you have). 2 though anything (we are safe whatever happens). 3 (with neg. or interrog.) at all; of any kind (there is no doubt… …   Useful english dictionary

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