Idiom: in any event
— In any event, we’ll arrive sometime during the afternoon on Sunday and then take a taxi to your house.
— Call us as soon as you get home in any event—even if it's very late.
— In any event, we've decided to purchase this house, even if the inspector finds problems.
— The doctor will give you a call this afternoon in any event to see how you are feeling after your surgery.
— In any event, we will just go see a movie if we can't get tickets to the concert.
— They're serving hors d'oeuvres and cocktails in any event so, we can eat dinner after the reception if you're running late.
— Please send the report before you leave today in any event. Even if you don't have all the figures, we'd still like to see how it's coming along.
— Your mother and she's waiting for a delivery now but in any event, she'll drop off your contact lenses sometime this afternoon.
— If you have time to stop and get a bottle of champagne it would be great, but in any event I have a bottle of prosecco that I can bring just in case.
— We know you might be late but in any event it doesn't matter when you arrive.
— The main speaker had to cancel but it was still a great conference in any event.
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