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What does "just yet" mean?

Does the sentence: "presence of water just yet" means "is there a presence of water also"?

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Base language: English
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    A little more context would be helpful, but "just yet" would probably mean that something has not happened. It has the added meaning that it is expected that the thing being talked about will happen at some point soon.

    An example would be "We haven't been able to narrow down the movies we want to see just yet."

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