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Would Just As Soon

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smeydiss | 21:27 Thu 22nd Oct 2020 | Phrases & Sayings
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If would just as soon A as B, means «prefer both A and B», then whats the meaning of this sentence:
«I would just as soon go to another restaurant as wait for a table here»

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It means the preference would be slightly for A.
Same as your previous answers. Strictly speaking it means they have no preference, but in practice they wouldn't have mentioned to option of going elsewhere if they weren't trying to hint that they'd rather do that.
It means "we might as well.... "
THE option...

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