Friends 📺 老友记 第一季 No.13

Friends 📺 老友记 第一季 No.13




Monica: You mean you know Paul like I know Paul?

Franny: Are you kidding? I take credit for Paul. You know, before me, there was no snap in his turtle for two years.

Are you kidcing?: used to show that you are very surprised at sqmething that someone has just sald 表示对某人刚才所说的话十分吃惊
credit (for something): praise or approval because you are responsible for something good that has happened 赞扬,荣誉,功劳(<例>take credit for: 因.接受表扬;give someone credit for: 因…称赞某人give Franny credit for Paul)
no snap in his turtle: he can't get an erection during sex (<例>类似的措辞 (expression): no lead in his pencil)

Joey: Of course it was a line!

of course: used to show that what you are saying Is not surprising or is generally known or accepted 理所当然;毫无疑问
line: a remark, especially when someone says it to achieve a particular purpose 为达到特定目的而说的话(借口、曲意奉承等)

Monica: Why? Why? Why would anybody do something like that?

Ross: I assume we're looking for an answer more sophisticated than 'to get you into bed',

assume [əˈsuːm]: to think or accept that something is true but without having proof of it 臆断,猜想
sophisticated [səˈfɪstɪkeɪtɪd]:(言语、概念等)深奥的;晦涩的(<例>She spoke simply and directly: without sophistication.)

Monica: Is it me? Is it like I have some sort of beacon that only dogs and men with severe emotional problems can hear?

some sort of: used for describing something in a not very exact way 某种的;仿佛
beacon [ˈbiːkən]:(用作警告或导航的)信号
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only dogs can hear:狗的听力是人的16倍,它们能听到24米外的低音,音域也很宽
severe [sɪˈvɪr]: extremely bad or serious 极为恶劣的;十分严重的
emotional problem: 情感问题, 感情障碍
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