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juste

English translation of juste

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The French word 'juste' translates to 'just' in English. It is commonly used in the same contexts as in English, such as to mean 'only', 'exactly' or 'recently'. For example, 'Je suis juste ici' means 'I am just here'. This word can also be used in the context of fairness, similar to English, as in 'C'est juste' which means 'It's fair'.


Example sentences using: juste

C'est juste incroyable!

English translation of C'est juste incroyable!

It's just amazing!

In this example, 'juste' is used for emphasis as 'just' is in English, to express surprise or amazement at something.

Tu es juste à l'heure.

English translation of Tu es juste à l'heure.

You are just in time.

Here, 'juste' is used to indicate the precise timing of arrival, similar to 'just' in the English translation.

Je voulais juste le savoir.

English translation of Je voulais juste le savoir.

I just wanted to know it.

In this context, 'juste' is used to limit or diminish the action, as in 'I only wanted to know it'.

C'est la juste mesure.

English translation of C'est la juste mesure.

It's the right measure.

Used here, 'juste' means correct or accurate, similar to the 'right' in the English version.

Il est juste devant toi.

English translation of Il est juste devant toi.

He is just in front of you.

This example uses 'juste' to indicate a very close location, similarly to how 'just' is used in the English equivalent.

C'est juste à côté.

English translation of C'est juste à côté.

It's just next to it.

In this case, 'juste' is used to indicate a close proximity to something, similar to 'just' in the English language.

Le montant est juste.

English translation of Le montant est juste.

The amount is right.

In this example, 'juste' indicates correctness or accuracy of the amount, translated as 'right' in English.

Nous avons juste besoin de chance.

English translation of Nous avons juste besoin de chance.

We just need luck.

Here, 'juste' is used in a limiting sense, as in ‘We only need luck'.

C'est juste pour rire.

English translation of C'est juste pour rire.

It's just for a laugh.

In this context, 'juste' is used to diminish or limit the seriousness of the situation, as in 'It's only for a laugh'.

Il est juste derrière toi.

English translation of Il est juste derrière toi.

He is just behind you.

In this location context, 'juste' is indicating precise position, similar to 'just' in the English translation.

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