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English definition of “would (just) as soon”

would (just) as soon

(also would sooner)
C2 If you would (just) as soon do something or would sooner do something, you would prefer to do it rather than something else that is possible: "Would you like to go out for dinner?" "I'd just as soon stay in - I'm not feeling very well."
(Definition of would (just) as soon from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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