only; no more than
only a short time ago; only now and not sooner
almost not; hardly
acting or being in accordance with what is morally right and proper; fair
"a just and lasting peace"
"a kind and just man"
"a just reward"
"his just inheritance"
"equitable treatment of all citizens"
"an equitable distribution of gifts among the children"
"a fair referee"
"on a fair footing"
"a fair fight"
"by fair means or foul"
"a genuinely good person"
"a just cause"
"an upright and respectable man"
"I was merely asking"
"it is simply a matter of time"
"just a scratch"
"he was only a child"
"hopes that last but a moment"
"he was doing precisely (or exactly) what she had told him to do"
"it was just as he said--the jewel was gone"
"it has just enough salt"
"he has just arrived"
"the sun just now came out"
"I just can't take it anymore"
"he was just grand as Romeo"
"it's simply beautiful!"
"they could barely hear the speaker"
"we hardly knew them"
"just missed being hit"
"had scarcely rung the bell when the door flew open"
"would have scarce arrived before she would have found some excuse to leave"
"we've just finished painting the walls, so don't touch them"
He had decided, as he was a just and logical person, that her sex was immaterial.
出自： D. Francis
Twelve jurors who had seemed..to be just and upright and unprejudiced men.
出自： J. C. Oates
They had been standing just by the drawing-room door.
出自： T. Hardy
It is impossible to say just what I mean!
出自： T. S. Eliot
Someone dropped a ruler just then.
出自： C. P. Snow
You are just the person I was looking for.
出自： R. K. Narayan
He remembered now: it was just three years ago.
出自： G. Greene
He looked just like an ordinary boy.
出自： J. Simms
误 It is just not what he wanted.
正 It is not quite what he wanted.
析 just作“恰好,正是”解时,一般不用于否定句,表示此意的否定句要用not quite。