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just

adjective /dʒast/
right and fair, not favouring/favoring one more than another
justo
a fair and just decision.
reasonable; based on one’s rights
justo
He certainly has a just claim to the money.
deserved
merecido
He got his just reward when he crashed the stolen car and broke his leg.
justly adverb
justamente
He was justly blamed for the accident.
justness noun
justicia
doubts about the justness of the sentence.
Translations of “just”
in Korean 공정한…
in Arabic عادِل…
in French juste…
in Italian giusto, equo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公正的,公平的, 正義的…
in Russian справедливый…
in Turkish adil, doğru, ahlaken doğru…
in Polish sprawiedliwy…
in Portuguese justo, equitativo…
in German gerecht, berechtigt…
in Catalan just…
in Japanese 公正な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公正的,公平的, 正义的…
(Definition of just from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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