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    #1

    just and only

    hi,guys?
    what is the difference between "just and only"?

    ex. I can't describe her well. I just/only caught a glimpse of her

    which one should I use?

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: just and only

    No real difference here- you can use both.

    'Just' could mean also 'recently', though that's not the logical meaning here.

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