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SYNO just | just now
akurat (teraz) {adv}just (now)
właśnie (teraz) {adv}just (now)
dopiero co {adv}just now
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Translation for 'just now' from English to Polish

just (now)
akurat (teraz) {adv}

właśnie (teraz) {adv}
just now
dopiero co {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • An attacker may be able to learn the code word that opened the door just now, but the receiver will not accept that code word for the foreseeable future.
  • According to Jeremy, fans "will fall in love with what we Toy Guns are just now starting to work with on this record."
  • Sometimes "Just now" or "yesterday" is substituted for "last night".
  • The house of Louis de Saint-Just now houses a museum devoted to the French Revolution.
  • He addressed the inequality between commercial legality and social acceptance, proclaiming that "The opportunity to earn a dollar in a factory just now is worth infinitely more than the opportunity to spend a dollar in an opera house."
  • The Third Generation of people exposed to DES are just now entering into an age where reproductive problems and abnormalities can be studied. No viable results currently exist.
  • It has just now become less costly in many cases to store information on magnetic disk than on tape.
  • On another occasion Woolton noted that Wilson left him after a dinner early saying, "I must go and look after my master: he's feeling very lonely just now".
  • After 70 years, the population is just now beginning to return.
  • Examples include kwɬ- (already), twaw̓ (still), čaɁ (just now), and txʷ- (first, for a while).
  • The ideas they were coming up with at the time still sound as fresh just now as they did back then".
  • During the train journey, the deathly sick Kiyoaki tells Honda: "Just now I had a dream.
  • Robertson wrote to Haig (13 June) that "there is trouble in the land just now".
  • In the "3001" novel, it is realized that back in the early 22nd century, TMA-2 broadcast a status report message to a point 450 light years away and is just now receiving instructions in return.
  • 8 November 1884 – Report in the Illawarra Mercury states "The second section of the railway commences at a place called Como, which owes its present activity and local habitation solely to the railway works. Just now it boasts of something like a population of 500 or 600 souls".
  • She also described HS2 as a project that would "threaten the quality of our lives – not just now but for generations to come" and stated that she "would defy the party whip – be very, very sure of that".
  • Housewives were encouraged to spread Marmite thinly and to "use it sparingly just now" because of limited rations of the product.
  • Hence allowing the people to know that they have someone to rely on. Just now rebel are around all the regions; there's not a moment of peace to remove his armor.
  • Thus the present progressive clarifies immediacy: "Sto uscendo" 'I'm leaving (just now; on my way out)'.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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