Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом just

Словосочетания со словом just

all the same
just the same
As if the opposite were so; nevertheless; anyway; anyhow; still.
Everyone opposed it, but Sally and Bob got married all the same.
Mary is deaf, but she takes tap dancing lessons just the same.
do justice to
To do (something) as well as you should; do properly.
Barbara had so many things to do that she could not do justice to her lessons.
The newspaper man did not do justice to the story.
To eat or drink with enthusiasm or enjoyment.
The boy did justice to the meal.
in time
just in time
Soon enough; before the time necessary to do something.
We got to Washington in time for the cherry blossoms.
We got to the station just in time to catch the bus.
John liked to get to work in good time and talk to the man who worked on his machine before him.
We entered the theater just in time to see the beginning of the movie.
The truck was not able to stop in time to prevent an accident.
In the end; after a while; finally.
Fred and Jim did not like each other at first, but in time they became friends.
In the right rhythm; in step.
The marchers kept in time with the band.
Johnny didn't play his piano piece in time.
just about
Nearly; almost; practically.
Just about everyone in town came to hear the mayor speak.
The dress came down to just about the middle of her knee.
Has Mary finished peeling the potatoes? Just about.
just for the fun of it
just for the hell of it
Merely as a matter of amusement.
"I'll bring a goat to class," Bob said to his classmates, "just for the fun of it; I want to see what kind of a face Professor Brown will make."
just in case
For an emergency; in order to be protected.
"Here are my house keys. Sue," Tom said. "I'll be back in two weeks, but you should have them, just in case..."
just now
Just at this moment; at this time.
Mr. Johnson isn't here just now. Will you phone back later?
A very short time ago; only a moment ago; only a little while ago.
"Where could that boy have gone so quickly? He was here just now!"
just so
Exact; exactly right.
Mrs. Robinson likes to keep her house just so, and she makes the children take off their shoes when they come in the house.
Provided; if.
Take as much food as you want, just so you don't waste any food.
With great care; very carefully.
In order to raise healthy African violets you must treat them just so.