Translation of any old way - Dictionary : English-Ojibwe

any old way

How do you say any old way in Ojibwe? We have searched for you the available information in the English-Ojibwe dictionary. You may find below, if available, not only the translation of any old way, but also common expressions and phrases, as well as definitions, to help you better understand how to use it. For many verbs you may find detailed information regarding the conjugation.

We have found the following translations for any old way in Ojibwe:
any old way
noojigo (NW/WO)
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  1. (adverb phrase) (informal) Doing something in a casual, haphazard, or careless way. For example: "John," the teacher said, "you can't just do your homework any old way; you must pay attention to my instructions!"
  2. not in a particular way; carelessly