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Anyway, anyhow, at any rate, at least
These expressions have similar meanings. They can mean ‘what was said before doesn’t matter – the main point is as follows’.
Anyhow can mean ‘by one means or another’.
Anyhow can also mean ‘carelessly’; ‘without order’.
At least is used to suggest that one thing is all right even if everything else is unsatisfactory.
Anyway does not mean the same as any way, which means ‘by any method’.
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