anywhere · adverb /ˈen.iːˌwer/Full view
anywhere (ANY PLACE)
A2 in or to any place
Dictionary examples:

Did you go anywhere interesting this summer?

Go anywhere in the world and you'll find some sort of fast-food restaurant.

Learner example:

I like that bicycle because I can go anywhere with it without anyone's help. (Key English Test; A2; Bengali)

A2 used in questions and negatives to mean "a place"
Dictionary examples:

Is there anywhere in particular you wanted to go to eat tonight?

I can't find my keys anywhere.

Is there anywhere else you'd like to visit?

Learner example:

Do you know anywhere interesting and how can I get there? (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)

not/never get anywhere
B2 to not make any progress
Dictionary example:

I tried discussing the problem with her but I didn't get anywhere.

Learner example:

If we think about making an effort and changing our daily routine at once, we will never get anywhere because a drastic change usually does not last. (First Certificate in English; B2; Portuguese)

anywhere near sth
C1 used in questions and negatives to mean "close to being or doing something"
Dictionary example:

The house isn't anywhere near ready.

Learner example:

We could not have gone anywhere near 5000 miles because all our minibuses were broken down - we even stayed in one place for 8 days. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Portuguese)

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