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What is the meaning of the expression "might just as well do sth as do sth"?

 

The only expression that I know seemed to this is "might just as well do sth". Is there any difference?

Examples:

We might just as well go first as last.
We might just as well stay home as go to a movie or something.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    It means there is no difference between the two options. Neither is better or worse.

    It means either of those options are acceptable. For whatever reason, doing one thing is as good as the other.

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