Anyway vs. Any way
Wrong: You can have the eggs cooked anyway you want them.
Right: You can have the eggs cooked any way you want them.
Wrong: It doesn’t matter. We’re not going to
Right: It doesn’t matter. We’re not going to
Anyway is an adverb that means regardless, or nonetheless. The phrase any way means “in any manner” or “by any method.”
Co-locate vs. Collocate
Wrong: We need to co-locate all our servers in one data center.
Right: We need to collocate all our servers in one data center.
If you’re involved in the computer industry, you’ve probably come across the word co-locate from time to time. Unfortunately it’s a phonetic misspelling of collocate, which means to place together (especially side-by-side) or to arrange in the proper order.
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