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Can we use lately instead of just in the following sentence:

I’ve just gotten back from London. It was a business trip.

Does it have any meaning?

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You can, and it would mean recently, but it would be rather unusual.

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Thanks, Barrie! –  Mori Sep 28 '12 at 17:54
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