“The doctor will be with you in just a moment.”

English Lesson: The doctor will be with you in just a moment.

You're at a doctor's office to get checked up for a pain in your knee. Your nurse says this after she's taken you to the examining room.

The doctor will be with you in just a moment.

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(someone) will be with you (soon)

This is a polite formal phrase often used with customers, guests, or patients to ask them to wait. Several different words can be used to mean "soon" in this phrase:

He'll be with you shortly.

I'll be with you soon.

He'll be with you in just a second.

She'll be with you in just a minute.

in just a moment

This is a polite expression to mean "soon". "Just a moment" is more polite and formal than other choices like "just a second", which sounds more casual.

"In just a moment" also sounds friendlier and sounds like a shorter time than "shortly" or "momentarily".