just a minute/moment/second Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"just a minute/moment/second" in British English

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just a minute/moment/second

A2 used to ​ask someone to ​wait for a ​shortperiod of ​time: Just a second - I've ​nearlyfinished. mainly UK used to ​interrupt someone in ​order to ​ask them to ​explain something, to ​calm them, or to ​expressdisagreement: Just a ​minute - can you ​tell me how to do that again?
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