|just a titch
||just a tiny amount, just a smidgeon
||"Is that piano too heavy?" "Just a titch."
||We just about fell into the lake. Our canoe nearly tipped over.
|just as soon
||would prefer to, wish
||I'd just as soon forget the fight with Dwen, eh.
||just fine, wonderful, peachy
||"Bill, my mother is coming to live with us." "That's ducky, just ducky!"
|just in time
||not quite late, in the nick of time
||Superman arrived just in time to save the girl from burning.
||when the manufacturer is ready, not before
||T-Max has requested just-in-time delivery of the engine parts.
|just like that
||without a pause or explanation, before you can say Jack Robinson
||First you say yes, then you say no - just like that!
|just passing through
||(See pass through)