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

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