just = justo adverb

just = justo adjective

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/ˈʤʌst/ adverb
adverb

Spanish Translation of JUST

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exactly : justo, precisamente, exactamente
it was just what she hoped forfue exactamente lo que esperaba
it is just what I needes justo lo que necesito
just as/whenjusto cuando
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possibly : posiblemente
it just might worktal vez resulte
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barely : justo, apenas
just in timejusto a tiempo
I had just enough timetenía el tiempo justo
just over an houruna hora larga, una hora y pico
we just missed the planeperdimos el avión por un pelo
we just missed each otherno nos vimos por poco
it's just around the cornerestá a la vuelta de la esquina
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only : sólo, solamente, nada más
just ussólo nosotros
just one moresólo uno más
she's just a childes sólo una niña
just for funsólo por diversión
just a moment/minute, pleaseun momento, por favor
I'm just kidding(sólo) estoy bromeando
she's not just my friend, she's my lawyerademás de ser mi amiga, es mi abogada
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(used for emphasis)
it's just horrible!¡qué horrible!
I just don't understand itsimplemente no lo entiendo
I just knew it!¡ya me lo sospechaba!
just imagine!¡imagínate!
just tell him how you feel!¿por qué no le dices lo que sientes?
don't just stand there—do something!no te quedes ahí parado—¡haz algo!
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to have just done something : acabar de hacer algo
he just calledacaba de llamar
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just about almost : casi
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just about to : al punto de
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just as…as : tan…como
just as good astan bueno como
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just as soon rather
I'd just as soon stay homeprefiero quedarme en casa
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just as well (that) : menos mal (que)
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just like that : de repente
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just now : hace un momento
I saw him just nowacabo de verlo
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just now right now : ahora mismo
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just so perfect : perfecto
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just the thing
just the thing for youjusto lo que necesitas
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just yet
are you ready?—not just yet¿estás lista?—casi
don't buy it just yetno lo compres ahora mismo

2just

adjective
adjective

Spanish Translation of JUST

: justo
justly adverb

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