• US /dʒʌst/
  • UK /dʒʌst/
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  • adv. 不到; 剛剛; 全部;
  • adj. 只是,僅僅; 只是; 公平;
  • I thought it was just perfect when they release the butterflies
  • He arrived just as I was leaving the house
  • I want you to look into the camera just like that
  • After a hard day's work, he felt drinking a few cold beers was just
  • A just man will never try to take advantage of another person's weakness
  • We are calling for the just treatment of all workers in the country

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  1. we've been friends for long time now and i was just wondering would you go out with me?

  2. oh it's just...oh i know what it is, is that because you are on your rag wing now and it's getting dirty?

    噢 只是... 噢 我知道是什麼了!是因為你現在有衛生棉的翅膀 而且它變髒了?
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  1. Something that is really good.. it is justified. Something that makes sense.
    1) The new spoiler for my car is just 2) Your views on the current political ideology is just
  2. Pimp ass mutha fucka. One fine gentleman.
    Yo that cracka is just. Girl, you need to get some Just in you.
  3. mere or merely. A weak adjective or adverb that is a 'filler' word such as [like]. Sometimes used by songwriters to fill out the meter of their lyrics. Other than the latter group, the written or spoken sentence can get along quite nicely without the word.
    What are you doing? "I'm just chillin'" Reply sounds fine saying "I'm chillin'"
  4. A little word that creeps in in all kind of places where it doesn't belong.An easy way of trivialising something without having to justify the trivialisation, and often without the hearer even realising what is happening.
    Its just psychosomatic. I know he beats her up but he's just insecure.