Übersetzung von “just” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

just

adverbjust /dʒʌst/
exactly
exactement

That's just what I was looking for.
C'est exactement ce que je cherchais.

just the way we expected
exactement de la manière dont nous nous y attendions
by a little
juste

I walked in just before Miriam.
Je suis entré juste avant Myriam.

just over 20,000 people
juste un peu plus de 20 000 personnes
just in time
at the last possible time before it was too late
juste à temps

The cab pulled up just in time.
Le taxi s'arrêta juste à temps.
only just
Brit almost not
tout juste

I only just remembered in time.
Je me rappelai tout juste à temps.
very recently
à l'instant

I just saw her outside.
Je viens juste de la voir dehors.
=now at this moment
justement

I'm just on the last page.
Je suis justement sur la dernière page.

He was just going to call her.
Il allait justement l'appeler.
just as ...
used with adjective and adverbs to mean equally
tout aussi ...

It's just as beautiful as the pictures.
C'est tout aussi magnifique que les photographies.

This government is just as corrupt.
Le gouvernement est tout aussi corrompu.

The food is good, and just as importantly, the prices are good too.
La nourriture est bonne et, tout aussi important, les prix sont bien également.
=only not more or more important and not less
juste

I'll just be a minute.
Je n'en aurai que pour une minute.

It was just a joke.
C'était juste une plaisanterie.

He's not just another teacher - he's something special.
Ce n'est pas juste un professeur de plus, c'est quelque chose de spécial.
just about
almost
presque

just about 5% of the vote
presque 5% du vote

The coffee's just about gone.
Il n'y a presque plus de café.
just a minute/second/moment
used to ask sb politely to wait or stop what they are doing
(juste) une minute / une seconde / un moment

Just a minute - I'm coming.
Une minute, j'arrive.

Just a minute, now. You can't accuse me of lying.
Attends, une minute. Tu ne peux pas m'accuser de mentir.
(it's/that's) just as well
indicates there is a reason for seeing sth as good rather than bad
(c'est) tant mieux

It's just as well we stayed home, because we don't have much money.
C'est tant mieux que nous soyons restés à la maison parce que nous n'avons pas beaucoup d'argent.
just because
indicates that the fact that one thing is true does not make another one true
ce n'est pas parce que ... que ...

Just because he's smart, doesn't mean he's right.
Ce n'est pas parce qu'il est intelligent que cela signifie qu'il ait raison.
just like that
immediately or very quickly
instantanément

My parents brought the new baby home, and just like that everything changed.
Mes parents ont ramené le nouveau-né à la maison et instantanément, tout a changé.
sb would just as soon do sth
indicates sb prefers to do one thing rather than another
qqn aimerait autant faire qqch

I'd just as soon go out to eat.
J'aimerais autant sortir manger.

just

adjectivejust /dʒʌst/
≠unjust treating people in a fair and moral way
juste

a just peace for the two peoples
une paix juste pour les deux peuples

(Übersetzung von “just” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

just

adjective /dʒast/

right and fair, not favouring one more than another

juste
a fair and just decision.

reasonable; based on one’s rights

juste
He certainly has a just claim to the money.

deserved

juste
He got his just reward when he crashed the stolen car and broke his leg.
justly adverb

à juste titre
He was justly blamed for the accident.
justness noun

justice; justesse

just

adverb /dʒast/

(often with as) exactly or precisely

exactement
This penknife is just what I needed
He was behaving just as if nothing had happened
The house was just as I’d remembered it.

(with as) equally

tout aussi
This dress is just as nice as that one.

very lately or recently

venir de
He has just gone out of the house.

on the point of; in the process of

sur le point de, en train de
She is just coming through the door.

at the particular moment

à l’instant (oû)
The telephone rang just as I was leaving.

(often with only) barely

(tout) juste
We have only just enough milk to last till Friday
I just managed to escape
You came just in time.

only; merely

juste, rien que
They waited for six hours just to get a glimpse of the Queen
‘Where are you going?’ ‘Just to the post office
Could you wait just a minute?

used for emphasis, eg with commands

donc, (tout) simplement
Just look at that mess!
That just isn’t true!
I just don’t know what to do.

absolutely

absolument
The weather is just marvellous.
just about

more or less

à peu près
That’s just about the right amount of flour for this recipe.
just now

at this particular moment

pour l’instant
I can’t do it just now.

a short while ago

tout à l’heure
She fell and banged her head just now, but she feels better again.
just then

at that particular moment

à ce moment-là
He was feeling rather hungry just then.

in the next minute

à ce moment-là
She opened the letter and read it. Just then the door bell rang.

(Übersetzung von “just” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)