Advanced English Dictionary
(BrE) (also anymore AmE, BrE) + adverb
often used at the end of negative sentences and at the end of questions, to mean 'any longer': She doesn't live here any more. + Why doesn't he speak to me any more? + Next year she won't have to go out to work any more.
Help Note: Do not use 'no more' with this meaning: She doesn't live here no more.
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