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Translation of "just" - English-Turkish dictionary


adverb     strong /dʒʌst/ weak /dʒəst/
ONLY B1 only yalnız, sadece I'll just have a small piece. He just wants to win. The film is not just about love.Merely and barelyAlmost
RECENTLY A2 a very short time ago az evvel, henüz, biraz önce, demin I've just been on a trip to France. We've only just begun.In the past
EMPHASIS B1 used to emphasize something you say gerçekten, doğrusu, hakikaten, tam anlamıyla I just can't bear it!Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
ALMOST NOT UK B1 almost not hemen hemen hiç This dress only just fits.Merely and barelyAlmost
EXACTLY B1 exactly tam olarak, Tim looks just like his father. This carpet would be just right for my bedroom.Accurate and exact
ALMOST NOW A2 now or very soon şimdi, hemen, az sonra, neredeyse I'm just coming!NowIn the future and soon
just before/over/under, etc B1 a little before/over/under, etc something else sadece, yalnızca It costs just over $10. She left just before Michael.Small in number and quantity
just about B1 almost hemen hemen, neredeyse, I think I've remembered just about everything.AlmostMerely and barely
be just about to do sth B1 to be going to do something very soon bir şey yapmak üzere olmak; bir şeyi yapmaya ramak kalmak I was just about to phone you.In the future and soon
just as bad/good/tall, etc (as sb/sth) B1 equally bad/good/tall, etc eşit oranda, eşit olarak; ...a/e kadar He's just as talented as his brother.Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
I/you/we, etc will just have to do sth used to say that there is nothing else someone can do sadece, yalnızca, başka You'll just have to wait.Inevitable
just as at the same time as tam o sırada, tam o anda She woke up just as we got there.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
it's just as well B2 used to say that it is lucky that something happened ne iyi ki, ne iyi etmişiz de, iyi ki It's just as well we brought an umbrella. →  See also just the job Good luck and bad luck
(Definition of just adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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