1. used especially of what is legally or ethically right or proper or fitting;
2. implying justice dictated by reason, conscience, and a natural sense of what is fair to all;
3. free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules;
4. of moral excellence;
1. and nothing more;
2. indicating exactness or preciseness;
3. only a moment ago;
5. by a small margin;
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.
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
(with reference to time and numbers) exactly
it was just on midnight.
arranged or done very neatly and carefully
polishing the furniture and making everything just so.
(formal)used to express agreement
Almost; very nearly
This job is just about done.
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.
impartial, just, fair, neutral, objective
There is relatively little information about just, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
Words beginning with letter C
Words beginning with letter E
Words beginning with letter K