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    Soox is offline Junior Member
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    just

    If you have further questions about this matter, please just let me know and I will address them for you.

    Does just, here, mean only?just = only?

    I think just should be "right away" or "at once" and so on. But the definition about "just" is not in any dictionary.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: just

    It means 'only'.

    'You have only to let me know....'

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