'And you are not tired?' 'Some, but not enough to need rest <just yet>.'

park sang joon

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Korean
The protagonist is carrying a wounded man with him on his shoulder to his destination.

"How for have you borne me?"
"Around two leagues. I'd say."
"And you are not tired?"
"Some," I said "but not enough to need rest just yet."
[Nine Princes in Amber" of The Great Book of Amber by Roger Zelazny]
I'd like to know what "just yet" means.
Thank you in advance for your help.
 
  • Glasguensis

    Signal Modulation
    English - Scotland
    It means that something will be soon.
    Not yet = not at the moment
    Not just yet = not at the moment, but soon
     
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