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justo inglés:

1. fair fair


Winning the competition is important. However, fair play is more important. You need to understand that winning is not the most important thing.
Fair competition is necessary for the healthy growth of industry.
Fair enough!
I found one day in school a boy of medium size ill-treating a smaller boy. I expostulated, but he replied: "The bigs hit me, so I hit the babies; that's fair." In these words he epitomized the history of the human race.
I had a dream last night, about silk and fine cloth or about equality and fair trial.
Our land abounds in nature’s gifts, Of beauty rich and rare; In history’s page let every stage, Advance Australia Fair!
In joyful strains then let us sing: “Advance Australia Fair!”
We insist that during the next three days you make decisions which are fair to all generations and which show an active concern for the environment.
Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.
I will not say play fair but I would wish that you refrain from indiscreet acts.
Aiming at a fair selection, the test's subject will be the same for all of you scientists of the world: write a scientific publication in English!
Only a male intellect clouded by the sexual drive could call the stunted, narrow-shouldered, broad-hipped and short-legged sex the fair sex.
She hit upon the idea of staging what she calls vintage fairs. /fɛər/
The missing 6-year-old has fair hair, green eyes and was last seen dressed in a yellow t-shirt.
a book fair / the Frankfurt Book Fair / a trade fair (=where companies show their newest products)

Inglés palabrajusto"(fair) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "Poems" (Clarence Cook)
300 most important Spanish adjectives 51 - 75
300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 26 - 50
Fichas del libro - "The Loom of Life" (Cotton Noe)
Fichas del libro - "Patty at Home" (Carolyn Wells)

2. just just


He just left.
If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
Rather than putting off this meeting, why don't we just call it off?
A really perceptive person can figure out a whole situation with just a few clues. That's the kind of person I want you to become.
Being a good conversationalist does not just mean being a good speaker of English.
The question is whether Tom was planning to meet Mary or just met her by chance.
He just naturally avoids everything that is intense, difficult or strenuous.
Just when I was getting the hang of things, I was in a traffic accident and had to stay two months in the hospital.
Tom would often make mistakes purposely just so the teacher would notice him.
Considering all I've eaten all day is just one slice of bread, I'm not really all that hungry.
I don't need to sound like a native speaker, I just want to be able to speak fluently.
I have a hard time seeing the logic of this latest decision of his. He just isn't as sharp as he used to be.
He puts on a show of being impartial and unbiased, but I think he's just a guy with no opinion of his own.
I've been thinking about marriage a lot, and I think we should just do it.
If you raise an eyebrow, it can mean "I want to have sex with you", but also "I find that what you just said is completely idiotic."

Inglés palabrajusto"(just) ocurre en conjuntos:

300 most important Spanish adjectives 1 - 26
Fichas del libro - "The Devil" (Ferenc Molnar)
300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 126 - 150
Fichas del libro - "Admiral Jellicoe" (Arthur Applin)
Fichas del libro - "A Soldier of the Legion" (Edwa...