In English, the determiner any can mean each of four other determiners such as all, some, every, none (depending on the sentence it is in). So any is sometimes equivalent to a universal determiner, and sometimes not.
I'd like to know whether there is a determiner in French that has the same range of meanings as any. I know that tout means all, quelque means for some, chaque means every, aucun means none in French.
BTW, in German irgendein is a determiner like any. In Chinese, it is "任何" like any.