When someone says “if anything” at the end of a sentence what is that suppose to mean?
Like when someone says:
“Text me if anything”
“I’ll talk to you later if anything”.
It sounds like the sentence is incomplete. It seems like it should say “text me if anything happens” or “I’ll talk to you later if anything changes.” I don’t think there’s any specific meaning when someone puts “if anything” at the end of a sentence like this. “If anything” is a common expression, but it doesn’t seem to apply in your examples. In it’s usual usage, it means “on the contrary” or “furthermore.” Hope that helps.
the most likely mean that if they do anything that is what they will do. so the second thing would be “if i do anything i will talk to you later, but I’m not going to go out of my way to do it”
Or the could mean that if anything comes up they will do something “Text me if anything happens”
depends on the context
Text Me If Anything