any old place

any old place

Any place at all. Typically used in negative constructions to convey that one should go to a specific location or type of location. No, you shouldn't meet your date at any old place. Make sure it's somewhere public. Oh, we can go to any old place you like—I'm just happy to spend time with you.
See also: any, old, place

ˈany old thing, time, place, etc.

(spoken) it does not matter which thing, when, where, etc: Come on, let’s go out now — you can do the housework any old time.We can’t have any old person looking after the kids — it has to be someone reliable.
See also: any, old
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Parents would not dump their little ones in just any old place.