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just now (1)

This page is about the collocation just now (1)

collocation pattern: adverb + adverb

Meaning

at this moment

For example

  • I can't see you just now, but I'll be free in an hour.

  • It's raining just now, but it should stop pretty soon.

Note:
Also "right now"

Quick Quiz

If I'm busy "just now", I'm busy

a. at this time

b. in a moment

c. for a short time

Contributor: Matt Errey