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    I think the new TV soap opera on Channel 6 is so cheesy. It is fake and the things they say on the shows are so weird. I don't know why these shows are so popular. (来源:英语杂志 http://www.EnglishCN.com)

    113. wimp 软弱的人,胆小鬼,或者是怕痛的人

    A wimp is a weak person, a coward, or someone who can't take pain.

    114. guts 勇气

    You only had enough guts today because I was here to support you. Usually you are a wimp!

    115. take a hike: to tell someone to leave, or to tell someone to leave you alone.

    If I were you, I would have told him to take a hike.

    116. blow off: 取消约会,或者是不做自己不想做的事

    Bob and I did make plans to go out last night. But he blew me off. He decided to go out with his girlfriend. It wasn't the first time he blew me off.

    There are some things in life you just shouldn't blow off.

    117. uptight: tense, irritable, or unable to relax.

    Sometimes if I feel a bit uptight, I have a few beers. That helps me relax.

    118. busted: 做坏事被抓到

    The police just busted someone for trying to steal my neighbor's car.

    119. creeep: A creep is someone who looks and acts in a way that makes people suspicious and uncomfortable.

    He was always frowning, and wouldn't say hello to people. That's one reason I thought he was a creep.

    120. wasted: 喝得大醉

    Last night a friend and I went out to a bar and got wasted, so I don't feel very good right now.

    We were so wasted that we couldn't even stand up straight.

    121.to get a kick out of something: 为某件事感到很高兴

    I said you get a kick out of watching me suffer. That means, you enjoy watching me suffer.

    122. whatever 表示说话的人对对方说的话很不以为然

    123. peanuts 数量很小,价值很低

    A:How much money do you earn as a teaching assistant, if you don't mind my asking?

    B:Eight dollars? That's peanuts!

    124. laid back: 形容一个人个性比较随和,不会轻易发脾气

    Wanted: friendly, laid back female roommate to share a two bedroom apartment.

    125. to play hooky: 逃学,或者装病不去上班

    I may play hooky once in a while, but I usually study hard.

    126. to snap at somebody: 对某人嚷嚷,很生气地对某人说话

    I'm sorry, Mikey. I didn't mean to snap at you. It's just that right now I'm so stressed.

    127. chip in: 凑钱买什么东西,或者是凑钱付大家一起吃饭的钱

    The guys and I usually each chip in a few dollars when we go out for pizza on Friday nights.

    128. snail mail: 通过邮局寄的信

    Ever since e-mail became popular, people have used "snail mail" to talk about paper mail, because it is slower than e-mail.

    Everyone is so busy nowadays, no one seems to have time to write snail mail anymore.

    129. to rule: 很棒

    I said I rule the pool table. That means that I dominate the game.I can defeat anyone.

    Chinese food rules!

    130. to blow one's money on something: 把钱都浪费在了某样东西上

    When we were at the mall the other day, you blew a whole week's pay on shoes

    131 techie 技术专家,尤指电子电脑方面的高手

    132 honcho 上司,老板

    133 weirdo/weirdie/weirdy 怪人

    134 mumbo jumbo: speech one doesn't understand

    135 sleep around: have sex with many people

    He's never at home because he sleeps around so much.

    136 funky:strange; weird

    137 indie film: 独立电影

    138 fool around: play around; kill time 游荡;鬼混

    139 pussy: a physically weak person; wimp

    140 high-maintenance: 费钱费工夫的

    He considered beautiful girls too high-maintenance.

 
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