JUST IN CASE
31 / 01 / 2006
JUST IN CASE: meaning and examples
Today's expression is
: just in case
: to be prepared for something that may happen.
We can use this phrase on its own or with an object: just in case of something
. The Spanish translation would be por si acaso
: The sky looks pretty cloudy. Why don't you take an umbrella, just in case
: Did the weather report say it would rain?
She had to be in Barcelona at eight o'clock for the interview so she took an early train, just in case
there were problems.
I bought extra food for the party, just in case
one of our guests brings along a friend.
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