23 Nov 2014 — Just love
What does just mean in this sentence?
I just love how he always comes out ahead.
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Just means "barely". (by a narrow margin)
I barely love how he always comes out ahead.
Just means "really" or "truly".
I really love how he always comes out ahead
Just means "only" or "precisely".
I only love how he always comes out ahead.
Just means "recently".
I recently love how he always comes out ahead.
come out ahead (expression) — win, succeed
precisely (Adv) — exactly (no more, no less)
Adv for Focus (Just—Other meanings)
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