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just now

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjust nowjust nowa) JUST/A MOMENT AGOa very short time ago Where have my glasses gone? I had them just now. b) especially British EnglishNOW at this moment We’re busy just now – can you come back later? just
Examples from the Corpus
just now"Have you seen Carl?'' "I just this minute hung up on him.''I myself had started something of a relationship with her just now.Maybe the maids would have left some of the rooms open, if there was nobody staying in them just now.Didn't I just this minute tell you to tidy your room!He's in the shower just now.But the gentleman will not take no for an answer, and even tried to push past me just now.The man, whose helping hand he had just now been the recipient of, was immediately behind him.Sorry, I'm busy just now - can I call you later?When I was in Marcus just now he was normal.She just now left, so she should be home by six.That betraying look in her eyes in the cloakroom just now must have told him he'd won again.Sandy was on the Internet just now, that's why the phone was busy.Her own eyes were a muddy green, and just now they were spitting fire, like a little cat.I'm not sure what show it is. I just now turned the TV on.
just nowjust nowNOWPASTa moment ago Was that you singing just now? now
Examples from the Corpus
just nowBut the gentleman will not take no for an answer, and even tried to push past me just now.I myself had started something of a relationship with her just now.Maybe the maids would have left some of the rooms open, if there was nobody staying in them just now.The man, whose helping hand he had just now been the recipient of, was immediately behind him.When I was in Marcus just now he was normal.That betraying look in her eyes in the cloakroom just now must have told him he'd won again.Her own eyes were a muddy green, and just now they were spitting fire, like a little cat.
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