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  • 1. used especially of what is legally or ethically right or proper or fitting;

    • "a just and lasting peace"- A.Lincoln
    • "a kind and just man"
    • "a just reward"
    • "his just inheritance"
  • 2. implying justice dictated by reason, conscience, and a natural sense of what is fair to all;

    • "equitable treatment of all citizens"
    • "an equitable distribution of gifts among the children"
  • 3. free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules;

    • "a fair referee"
    • "fair deal"
    • "on a fair footing"
    • "a fair fight"
    • "by fair means or foul"
  • 4. of moral excellence;

    • "a genuinely good person"
    • "a just cause"
    • "an upright and respectable man"
    • "the life of the nation is secure only while the nation is honest, truthful, and virtuous"- Frederick Douglass


  • 1. and nothing more;

    • "I was merely asking"
    • "it is simply a matter of time"
    • "just a scratch"
    • "he was only a child"
    • "hopes that last but a moment"
  • 2. indicating exactness or preciseness;

    • "he was doing precisely (or exactly) what she had told him to do"
    • "it was just as he said--the jewel was gone"
    • "it has just enough salt"
  • 3. only a moment ago;

    • "he has just arrived"
    • "the sun just now came out"
  • 4. absolutely;

    • "I just can't take it anymore"
    • "he was just grand as Romeo"
    • "it's simply beautiful!"
  • 5. by a small margin;

    • "they could barely hear the speaker"
    • "we hardly knew them"
    • "just missed being hit"
    • "had scarcely rung the bell when the door flew open"
    • "would have scarce arrived before she would have found some excuse to leave"- W.B.Yeats

Example sentences

  • We can't get unwary just because nothing unusual has cropped up.

  • They just handed the game to the other team on a plate.

  • Who whistled just now?

  • These two books are just the same.

  • Who'd like to describe what happened just now?

  • The falling tree just grazed his chair.

  • The house she has just bought is no class.

  • He is engaged just now.

  • What he has just said does not accord with the views of the majority.

  • This firm is just a front for their illegal trade in diamonds.

  • It has just gone six.

  • This dictionary is just what I want for my study.

  • Just the thought of eating snakes makes me want to throw up.

  • It's not just mindless entertainment, it's a film with a message.

  • I'll just cite some figures for comparison.

  • Don't worry about not knowing much about the goods ; just compare and you will see which is better.

  • Importers flooded the market with cheap toys just before Christmas.

  • The rain has almost stopped, it's just drizzling now.

  • It's no use just wishing away for week after week; you have to take some action!

  • We know instinctively, just as beekeepers with their bees that misfortune might overtake us if the important events of our lives were not related to it.

  • His savings were just enough to pay for a respectable funeral.

  • I live just by the market , and it's very convenient to go shopping.

  • The singer's voice was just audible.

  • I'm just kicking my heels until the beginning of the term.

  • Your patient answer just adds up to refusal.

  • He looked just like his old self.

  • Imes, just let your hair down and tell me all about it.

  • His dog just gives a scratch at the door when it wants to come in.

  • Our troops joined with enemy forces just outside the city.

Phrase collocation

  • just as well

    a good or fortunate thing

    • it was just as well I didn't know at the time.

  • just in case

    as a precaution

  • just a minute (或 moment,或 second,等)

    used to ask someone to wait or pause for a short time

  • just on

    (with reference to time and numbers) exactly

    • it was just on midnight.

  • just so

    arranged or done very neatly and carefully

    • polishing the furniture and making everything just so.

    (formal)used to express agreement

  • just about

    Almost; very nearly

    • This job is just about done.

  • just now

    Only a moment ago.

  • just the same



  • just another pretty face

    • He had a time convincing them he was a genuine expert, not just another pretty face.

Synonym discrimination

  • impartial, just, fair, neutral, objective


Meaning of just

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