just in case
just in case
1. (to be safe) 
Just in case you get hungry, there's an extra sandwich in your backpack.Por si acaso tienes hambre, hay un sándwich extra en tu mochila.
b. por si las moscas (colloquial) 
Could somebody walk home with me? You know, just in case.¿Hay alguien que pueda llevarme a casa? Saben, por si las moscas.
I always carry a pocket knife, some rope, and a fresh pair of underwear. Just in case.Siempre llevo una navaja de bolsillo, una cuerda, y ropa interior extra. Por las dudas.
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