Ross:Come here, Marcel. Sit here. (Marcel wanders off)
Rachel:Pheebs, I can't believe he hasn't kissed you yet. I mean God, by my sixth date with Paolo, I mean he had already named both my breasts! ...Ooh. Did I just share too much?
Ross:Just a smidge.
Phoebe:David's like, y'know, Scientist Guy. He's very methodical.
Monica:I think it's romantic.
Phoebe:Me too! Oh! Did you ever see An Officer and a Gentleman?
Phoebe:Well, he's kinda like the guy I went to see that with. Except, except he-he's smarter, and gentler, and sweeter... I just- I just wanna be with him all the time. Day and night, and night and day... and special occasions...
Chandler:Wait a minute, wait a minute, I see where this is going, you're gonna ask him to New Year's, aren't you. You're gonna break the pact. She's gonna break the pact.
Phoebe:No, no, no, no, no, no. Yeah, could I just?
Chandler:Yeah, 'cause I already asked Janice.
Ross: C'mon, this was a pact! This was your pact!
Chandler:I snapped, okay? I couldn't handle the pressure and I snapped.
Monica:Yeah, but Janice? That-that was like the worst breakup in history!
Chandler: I'm not saying it was a good idea, I'm saying I snapped!
[Joey enters, his shoes have bells on, which jingle as he walks. He is wearing a long coat.]
Joey:Hi. Hi, sorry I'm late.
(He removes the coat to reveal an elf costume)
Chandler:Too many jokes... must mock Joey!
Joey: Nice shoes, huh? (He wiggles his foot and the bells tinkle)
Chandler: Aah, y'killing me!
(Marcel knocks over some kitchen tools)
Monica: Ross! He's playing with my spatulas again!
Ross: Okay, look, he's not gonna hurt them, right?
Monica: Do you always have to bring him here?
Ross: I didn't wanna leave him alone. Alright? We- we had our first fight this morning. I think it has to do withmy working late. I said some things that I didn't mean, and he- he threw some faeces...
Chandler:Y'know, if you're gonna work late, I could look in on him for you.
Ross: Oh, that'd be great! Okay, but if you do, make sure it seems like you're there to see him, okay, and you're not like doing it as a favourto me.
Chandler: Okay, but if he asks, I'm not going to lie.
1.Just a smidge：有一点。
2.Wait a minute：等等
3.break the pact：毁约
break one's engagement
call off an engagement
snap the line 咬住线
snap the metal bar in two 金属杆啪的一声压断
snap a nice photograph 拍一张挺棒的快照
snap the rubber band 橡皮筋啪的一声拉断
snap one's whip 鞭子抽得很响
snap explosively 轰的一声关上
snap irritatingly 厉声地说
snap joyously 拍出笑盈盈的照片
snap nervously 愤怒地说
snap back 弹回; 厉声回答; 猛然恢复到原来的水平
snap off 折断; 啪地关灯
snap on 扣紧; 啪地开灯
snap at 咬; 对…厉声说; 急切地接受
1.咬make a biting movement directed towards (sb/an animal)
▲snap at sb/sth
The dog snapped at his ankles.狗对准他的脚踝猛地咬去。
As the fish snaps at the fly, he gets caught on the hook.鱼咬饵时,就被钓在钩上。
2.对…厉声说speak suddenly and angrily to sb
“I'm tired of hearing your complaints,”he snapped at me.“你那些牢骚我都听烦了,”他对我厉声说。
It's not good for a teacher to keep order by snapping at the children all day.对老师来说,整天靠厉声训斥孩子们来维持秩序不是个好办法。
3.急切地接受be eager to accept or take advantage of sth
Of course I snapped at the price, it was so low.当然我立即接受了那价钱,太便宜了。
The chairman snapped at the committee member's suggestion to break for coffee.主席马上接受了那位委员的建议,同意休会喝些咖啡。
1.弹回return with a sharp movement
Be careful, the wire might snap back and cut your hand.小心,那钢丝会突然弹回来,划破你的手。
Don't try to be friendly to him; he'll only snap back.不必试图对他友好,他只会恶狠狠地回答你。
3.猛然恢复到原来的水平improve or return to a former standard, suddenly
Share prices snapped back when the good news reached possible buyers.想买股票的人获悉那好消息时,股票猛然回升到原来的价格。
1.折断cause to break off sharply
The branch snapped off under the weight of the snow.那树枝在积雪的重压下啪的一声折断了。
Suddenly the branch that he was standing on snapped off.他踩的树枝突然啪的一声折断了。
2.啪地关灯turn off a light suddenly
Suddenly the light was snapped off and no one could see the murderer escape.灯突然啪的一声关了,谁都没看见凶手逃走。
1.扣紧fasten sth on firmly by pressing
These earrings snap on with special fastener.这付耳环是用特制的按扣扣上去的。
He snapped the lid on to keep the contents dry.他把盖子扣紧,以使内物保持干燥。
2.啪地开灯put a light on suddenly
The policeman snapped the light on and caught the thief stealing the jewels.警察啪地打开灯,抓住了正在偷珠宝的贼。
抢购buy or obtain sth
I snapped up the coat at that cheap price.在价格便宜时我买下了这件大衣。
The cheapest articles at the sale were quickly snapped up.大减价中最便宜的物品很快抢购一空。
5.have to do with：与……有关
6.do sb a favor：帮某人一个忙