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What does 'just about' mean in the following sentence?
Regards.It just about sums them up.
It means "almost completely". It doesn't have a specific definition and can be used to mean "completely". When used with quantities, it suggests an almost exact amount.
A: So you're going to buy the shoes, try them on, hate them, return them and then buy yet another pair?
B: Yup, that just about sums it up.
A: How much liquid do I need for this recipe?
B: Once you've added the stock, the water and the cream, you'll have just about a litre of liquid.
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