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英语俚语大全200个

求中考英语常用英文俚语或俗语 a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush 一鸟在手,胜似二鸟在林 a blank slate 干净的黑板…

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a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush 一鸟在手,胜似二鸟在林 a blank slate 干净的黑板(新的一页,新的开始) a bone to pick 可挑剔的骨头(争端,不满) a cat nap 打个盹儿 a ouch potato 躺椅上的马铃薯(懒鬼) a headache 头痛(麻烦事) a knock out 击倒(美得让人倾倒) a load off my mind 心头大石落地 a pain in the neck 脖子疼(苦事) a piece of cake 一块蛋糕(小菜一碟,易事一件) a shot in the dark 盲目射击(瞎猜) a sinking ship 正在下沉的船 a slap in the face 脸上挨了一耳光(公然受辱) a social butterfly 社交蝴蝶(善于交际,会应酬的人) a thorn in someone’’s side 腰上的荆棘(芒刺在背) a turn coat 反穿皮袄的人(叛徒) a weight off my shoulders 放下肩头重担 an ace up my sleeve 袖里的王牌 ants in one’’s pants 裤裆里有蚂蚁(坐立不安) back in the saddle重上马鞍(重整旗鼓) back on track重上轨道(改过自新) backfire逆火(弄巧成拙,适得其反) ball and chain 铁球铁链,甜蜜的枷(老婆) beat a dead horse 鞭打死马令其奔驰(徒劳) beaten by the ugly stick 被丑杖打过(生得难看) bet your life 把命赌上(绝对错了) better half 我的另一半 big headed 大脑袋(傲慢,自大) bigger fish to fry 有更大的鱼要炸(有更重要的事要办) bite the bullet 咬子弹(强忍痛苦) birds of a feather flock together 羽毛相同的鸟总飞成一群(物以类聚) blow up in you face 在眼前爆炸(事情完全弄砸了) break a let 折断一条腿(表演真实,演出成功) break the ice 破冰(打破僵局) brown nose 讨好,谄媚 bull in a china shop 瓷器店里的蛮牛(笨拙的人,动辄弄坏东西的人) burst your bubble 扎破泡泡(打破人的幻想,煞风景) bury one’s head in the sand把头埋在沙里(自欺欺人) butterflies in my stomach肚里有只蝴蝶(心里紧张,七上八下) buy the farm买下农场(归道山,死了) cash in my chips兑换筹码(睡觉,就寝) circle the wagons把篷车围成一圈(严阵以待) clean up one’s act自我检点,自我改进 come down in sheets整片整片地下(倾盆大雨) cross the line 跨过线(做得太过分了) cross that bridge when we come to it 到了桥头就过桥(船到桥头自然直) cut to the chase 抄捷径去追猎物(不绕圈子,开门见山,单刀直入) daily grind 例行苦事,每天得干的苦工 days are numbered 来日无多 dead center 正当中 dead-end street 死路,死巷子 domino effect 骨牌效应 down under 南边(常指面半球的澳洲) downhill from here 从此都是下坡路(自此每况愈下) drop the ball 掉了球(失职) empty nest 空巢(儿女长大离家) get hitched 拴起来(结婚) get off on the wrong foot 起步便错(第一印象不佳) get the ball rolling 让球滚起来(动起手来) goose bumps 鸡皮疙瘩 hit the road 上路 hold your horses 勒住你的马(慢来) hang somebody out to dry 把……晾起来了(把……坑苦了) in one’’s back pocket 在某人裤子后口袋里(是某人的囊中之物) in the dark 在黑暗中(茫然,什么也不知道) in the spotlight 站在聚光灯圈里(出风头) it’’s Greek to me 希腊文(天书) joined at the hip 连体婴(死党,从不分开的两个人) jump the gun 枪未响先偷跑(抢先) kick the bucket 踢水桶(翘辫子) kill two birds with one stone一 箭双雕,一举两得 last straw 最后一根稻草 left a bitter taste in one’’s mouth 留下满嘴苦味(留下不愉快的回忆) light a fire under your butt 在屁股下点一把火(促其行动) light at the end of the tunnel 隧道末端的光(一线希望) like shooting fish in a barrel 桶里射鱼(瓮中捉鳖) ling winded 长舌,碎嘴 Monday morning quarterback 星期一早晨的四分卫(马后炮) my old man 我的老头(我父亲) out of the pan and into the fire 跳出锅里,掉进火里(每况愈下) plenty of other fish in the sea 海里的鱼多得很(天涯何处无芳草) poker face 扑克面孔(喜怒不形于色) pop the question 提出大问题(求婚) pot calling the kettle black 锅嫌壶黑(五十步笑百步) punch your lights out 揍得你两眼发黑 put all of one’’s eggs in one basket 鸡蛋都放在一个篮子里(孤注一掷) put one’’s foot in one’’s mouth 把脚丫放进嘴里(说错话了) rob the cradle 劫摇篮(老牛吃嫩草) skate on thin ice 在薄冰上滑冰(如履薄冰,身历险境) skeleton in one’’s closet 壁橱里的骷髅(不可告人的事) skin and bones 皮包骨 sleep on it 睡在上面(考虑一晚上) small talk 寒喧,闲聊 smooth sailing 一帆风顺 stab in the back 背后插刀(遭人暗算) stallion 千里驹(貌美体健的男人) stud 种马(貌美体健的男人) take a hike 走路(滚蛋) until you are blue in the face 干到脸发青(也是白干) unwind 放松发条(轻松下来) up for grabs 大家有份 up in the air 挂在空中(悬而未决) when hell freezes over 地狱结冰(绝不可能的事) weed out 除去杂草(淘汰) well rounded全 能,全才 when pigs fly 猪飞的时候(绝不可能) not lift a finger 连手指都不动一动(袖手旁观) wrapped around his/her little finger 化为绕指柔(玩弄于股掌之间

常用的英语俚语?

英语俚语 A apple-polisher 马屁精例如:She is a real apple-polisher for the way she's crawling around the bossand making eyes at him.她是一个马屁精,整天围着老板眉来眼去的。as busy as a bee (象蜜蜂)忙忙碌碌的 as graceful as a swan (象天鹅)姿态优雅的 as gentle as a lamb (象羊羔)性情温顺的 as cunning as a fox (象狐狸)一样狡猾的 as poor as a church mouse 一贫如洗 B I'm beat. 我非常疲乏。beat gums 空洞无物、废话连篇的讲话 bell the cat 为众人的利益承担风险black sheep 害群之马Buddy, where is john? 要上厕所Bungee jumping 蹦极跳Stop bugging me, man! 喂,别烦我了。C blue collar 蓝领white collar 白领pink collar 粉领族(指和蓝领体力工人相当的女性工人)gold-collar workers 金领族(一般都有一技之长,对公司工作的方方面面都十分了解,甚至对公司的利润大小和收益都有直接的重要影响。他们的工作环境优雅,职业体面,有着丰厚的收入和稳固的经济地位)D dog-eared books 读得卷了边的书dog sleep 不时惊醒的睡眠dog-tired 像狗一样的累 dog watch 夜班old dog 上了岁数的人、老手a sly dog 偷鸡摸狗者a yellow dog 杂种狗、卑鄙可耻的小人 a big dog 看门狗、保镖;要人You're a lucky dog! 你真是个幸运儿! hot dog 热狗dog nose 啤酒与杜松子酒的混合酒a dog in a blanket 葡萄卷饼或卷布丁as faithful as a dog 像狗一般的忠诚,在西方文化中,狗是"忠实、卖力、辛劳"的化身, He that lies down with dogs must rise up with flea. 近朱者赤,近墨者黑A good dog deserves a good bone. 西方人论功行赏时常说"好狗应有好骨头" a a dog in the manger 占着马槽(不拉屎) Honey, I forget to duck. 亲爱的,我忘记闪开了。E eat crow 由于夸大其词或过分自信,最后不得不承认错误。eat his words 食言 out at elbows 捉襟见肘elbow one's way 用胳膊肘挤来挤去为自己开道 get a black eye 被别人打青了眼睛mind your eye 叫别人当心blink our eyes 眨眼睛flash our eyes at sth. 瞟一眼make eyes 抛媚眼cast sheep's eye 暗送秋波You have an eye for something. 有眼光有见解 finely arched eyebrows 纤细的弓形眉pencil the eyebrows 描眉eyebrow pencil 眉笔rough bushy eyebrows 浓密的粗眉 eyelash grower 睫毛膏eyelash curler 卷睫毛器without turning an eyelash 泰然自若,不动声色not bat an eyelid 没合眼睡觉 not bat an eyelid 对事情泰然自若hang on by the eyelids 事情危在旦夕F face the music 不得不接受惩罚、承担后果,必须承受出现的局面a matter of face 面子攸关的事情lose face 丢面子例如:He knew he was wrong, but he would not admit it for fear of losing face. 他知道自己错了,但却不肯承认错误,因为怕失去面子。save one's face 挽回面子pull a long face 拉长了脸make a face at you 对你做个鬼脸have the face 厚颜无耻例如:I'm so surprised that you have the face to do so! 你怎么有脸做出这样的事! cold fish 态度冷冰冰,没有热情的人。drink like a fish 牛饮 flats 平跟鞋footfall 客流量例如:We strive to show booksellers what we are doing to support them anddrive footfall into their stores. 我们要努力向图书商展示我们将如何支持他们,并使更多的客人进入他们的商店。 G green eyed 嫉妒green finger(thumb)把大伙干不好的活都干得漂漂亮亮例如:A person with green finger has a magic touch that makes plants grow well and quickly. 长着绿手指的人是有魔法的,只要他一碰,植物就长的又快又好。 green hand 生手例如: I'm still green at my job.我依然是个新手。green light 允许、许可例如: I'm only waiting for the green light from you. 我在等您的允许。green revolution 绿色革命 例如:These developing countries produced enough food to serve their people after green revolution. 绿色革命后,这些发展中国家就生产出足够的粮食来满足国民的需要。the green years 青春年华H He is ripe in years but green in heart. 形容某人是老当益壮lose your heart to someone 和某人谈恋爱 lack heart 缺乏勇气win your heart 赢得你的心broken heart 破碎的心heart of stone 石头心肠pour out your heart 倾吐你的心事have a heart 可怜可怜你 his heart in the right place 他的心肠是很好的not to wear your heart on your sleeve 不要太情绪化Don't take the failure to your heart. 别为失败而难过lose heart 失去信心your heart of gold 金子般的心,美好心灵write a letter to her and declare your heart. 写信表达爱慕之情Don't let your heart get cold. 不要让你的热情冷却下来a man after her own heart 正和她心意的人put your heart at rest 放下心来straight from the horse's mouth 来自权威和可靠的消息。

美国俚语大全

以下是美国俚语大全
A
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
aint is not
awesome very good, great, cool, exiting, tight, enjoyable
B
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
baby(s) mama the mother of someones child
baller 1. someone who is very good at sports (usually basketball or football)
2. someone who is very successful
bootleg something that has been recorded illegally (usually movies, DVDs, etc.)
booty a butt, rear end, buttocks
badonkadunk a butt, booty, buttocks
beezy girl, woman (could be considered rude)
bejamins $100 dollar bills
to be bent on doing something to be very determined to do something
a big deal very important
a bill $100
bizzle girl, woman (could be considered rude)
to blast music to play music very loudly
bling shiny jewelry
bogus counterfeit, fake, not real
to bounce to leave
bows elbows
brawl a physical fight involving many people
brizzle girl, woman (could be considered rude)
broad girl, woman (could be considered rude)
to break someones pockets to cost (someone) a lot of money (be very expensive for someone)
to be broke to have very little or no money
bubbly champagne
to bump music to play music loudly
bucks dollar bills (money)
to bust something to break something
to get busted to get in trouble for something
to buy time to stall or delay something in order to give someone more time to do something
C
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
cash a way to say money
cell, celly a cellular phone
change a lot of money
a cheap shot a hit or punch when someone is not expecting it
cheddar a way to say money
cheese a way to say money
chi-city (pronounced "sha city") chicago
chi-town (pronounced "sha town") chicago
chica a way to say girl (actually is the Spanish word for girl)
chick girl, woman (could be considered rude)
to chill out to relax, to be relaxing, to be calm
cop a police officer
to cop something to get something
cougar a lady that pursues, and is attracted to, significantly younger men
crooked cop a police officer that acts illegally or unethically
crunk 1. Very fun, exciting, cool, awesome
2. To be under the alcohol and marijuana at the same time
to cut a rug to dance
D
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
deez these
to have deep pockets to have a lot of money
DJ disk jockey (person who plays the music at a party or club)
diss an offensive comment
the dirty south the states in the south east corner of the United States
to diss someone to say something offensive to someone
donk a butt, booty, buttocks (same as donque or badonkadonk)
donque a butt, booty, buttocks
dough a way to say money
dope 1. very cool, exciting, tight, awesome
2. a way to say marijuana
drawers a way to say underwear
to drop money on something to spend money on something
E
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to eye something to see something, to look at something
F
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
fake counterfeit, not real
fly very attractive
G
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
a G 1. $1,000
2. a gangster
to get into it with someone to start arguing or fighting with someone
getting paid making a lot of money
ghetto a very poor area of a city
gnarly very good, cool, awesome, enjoyable (pronounced "narly")
gold digger a woman that is dating someone for their money
a grand $1,000
a groupie a person (usually a girl) that follows a rock band, or rap artist with the intent of spending time with them
green a way to say money
grenade an overweight, unattractive girl (made popular by TV series Jersey Shore). Also see landmine below.
grill 1. the front (usually metal) section on a car
2. someones teeth
H
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
hater someone that is jealous, dislikes something, or does not approve of something
to hang out to be speding time somewhere or with someone
hangover the negative effects of alcohol the day after heavy drinking
to be high to under the influence of drugs
high tops a kind of shoe that ends just above the ankle
to hit something 1. to go somewhere
2. to eat, drink, or smoke something
home boy a friend (male)
honey an attractive girl or lady
homey a friend (male)
hustler a person that does whatever needed to make money (usually by illegal actions)
I
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
ice diamonds
to be iced out to be wearing a lot of diamonds
ill very good, cool, tight, awesome, great
to be "in" to be in style, stylish, or cool (usually used when talking about fashion)
J
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
jacked up very excited, full of energy
to jack something to steal something
a jam a song
a joint a marijuana cigarette
the joint prison
junk in the trunk a butt, booty, buttocks
K
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to keep it real to not act against ones values or beliefs, to be true
kicks a way to say shoes
to knock someone out to hit someone so hard they lose consciousness
to get knocked up to accidently get pregnant (usually outside of marriage)
knockoff something that is fake, not real (purse, shoes, etc.)
a knockout a very attractive female
to kick the bucket to die
L
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
landmine an (skinny) unattractive girl (made popular by TV series Jersey Shore). Also see Grenade above.
legit 1. very good, cool, awesome, tight
2. real, not counterfeit, honest
loco crazy (actually Spanish word for "crazy")
locked up to be in jail
to be on lock down to be forbidden to go anywhere
to be locked in to be commited to doing something
to lock something up when something is guaranteed to happen, something will surely happen due to someones actions
M
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to mess something up to do something wrong, to ruin something
money maker a butt, booty, buttocks
to make bank to make a lot of money
N
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
nada nothing, none (acutally is Spanish word for zero)
O
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to be off the chain to be very exciting, cool, enjoyable
to be off the hinges to be very exciting, cool, enjoyable
old lady wife
P
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to be packing heat to be carrying a gun
paper a way to say money
pimp 1. very cool, tight, awesome, fun, enjoyable
2. a male that is very successful with females
player a male with many girlfriends
po po police, police officer
to pop someone to punch someone
whats popping whats going on
to be popping off to be very lively, exciting, fun, enjoyable
props compliments, respect, praise
to punk someone 1. to trick someone
2. to disrespect someone
to push through something to struggle through something
R
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to rep something 1. to represent something
2. to wear something (clothes)
ride another way to say car
to take a ride to go for a drive
the rock a ball (usually basketball or football)
to rock something to wear something (clothes)
rocks diamonds
to run your mouth to (continually) say offensive things
S
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
salt shaker a butt, booty, buttocks
to sell out to act against your beleifs or values for money
to school someone to prove your dominance over someone
scrilla another American Slang way to say money
sha-city (offical term is "chi-city") chicago
sha-town (offical term is "chi-town") chicago
shoes the rims and/or wheels on a car
shorty a very attractive (good looking) female
the slammer jail or prison
to slang something to sell something (usually drugs)
slum a very poor area of a city
sick very cool, tight, hip, good, impressive, enjoyable
to get socked to get punched
to spit game to flirt, talking to get the attention or affection of the opposite sex
to sport something to wear something (clothes)
to spot someone/something 1. to lend someone something
2. to see something
3. to assist someone lifting something (usually weights)
a stash 1. a collection of something (usually secretive)
2. a mustache
to stash something to hide something, save something
steez style
stones diamonds and other jewels
stunna someone who owns and shows off their expensive things
to sweat someone to intimidate someone
to sweat something to worry about something
T
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to talk trash to say offensive things
tight very cool, sick, hip, good, impressive, enjoyable
toe up very ugly, unattractive
trill very good, cool, awesome, tight
to trip, to be tripping 1. to be unnecessarily mad or angry
2. to be completely wrong about something
U
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
to be up on something to know current information about something
V
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
vibe a feeling given off by a person or place
W
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
wack stupid, not cool, not right
wheels a way to say car
whip a way to say car
whooty white girl with a booty
wimp someone who is not strong, not courageous, not daring
Numbers
Idiom / Phrase American Slang Meaning
24/7 non-stop, never stopping, never ending (pronounced "twenty four seven")
411 information, news, gossip
5-0 police or police officer (pronounced "five-oh")

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american english slangs
美国俚语
美国口语俚语(1)
1.clock in 打卡
dont forget to clock in,otherwise you wont get paid.
别忘了打卡,否则领不到钱。
2.come on to 对...轻薄;吃豆腐
tanya slapped bill after he came on to her.
tanya在bill对她轻薄之后打了他一巴掌。
3.come easily 易如反掌
languages come easily to some people.
语言学习对有些人来说易如反掌。
4.dont have a cow别大惊小怪
dont have a cow! ill pay for the damages.
别大惊小怪的!我会赔偿损失的。
5.push around 欺骗
dont try to push me around!
别想耍我!
美国口语俚语(2)
1.keep ones shirt on保持冷静
keep your shirt on. he didnt mean to offend you. thats just the
way he talks.
保持冷静。那只是他说话的惯常方式,他并非有意要冒犯你。
2.cool it冷静一点
cool it. you are making me mad.
冷静一点。你快把我逼疯了。
3.joy ride兜风
lets go for a joy ride.
让我们去兜兜风。
4.rap说唱乐
do you like rap music i have trouble understanding the words.
你喜欢说唱音乐吗?我听不太懂其中的歌词。
5.red-letter day大日子
this is a red-letter day for susan. she made her first sale to a very
important client.
今天是susan的大日子。她和一个非常重要的客户做成了第一笔生意。
美国口语俚语(3)
1.go up in smoke成为泡影
peter’s vacation plans went up in smoke when a crisis arose in the office.
办公室出了问题,peter的假期泡汤了。
2.hit the road上路
we should probably hit the road. it’s going to take us two hours to get home.
我们可能该上路了吧?到家的两个小时呢!
3.shape up表现良好,乖
you’d better shape up if you want to stay on.
如果你还想留下来的话最好乖一点儿。
4.scare the shit out of someone吓死某人了
don’t sneak up behind me like that. you scared the shit out of me.
不要那样从后面突然吓我。你吓死我了。
5.pull strings运用关系 (源于“拉木偶的线”)
he pulled some strings and managed to get us front row seats for the concert.
他运用关系替我们拿到音乐会前排的位子。
美国口语俚语(4)
1.come again 再说一遍
come again i didnt quite understand what you said.
再说一遍好吗?你刚说的话我不明白。
2.come clean 全盘托出,招供
the criminal decided to come clean.
罪犯决定供出事实。
3.spring for 请客
let me spring for dinner.
我来请客吃饭吧。
4.spill the beans 泄漏秘密
dont spill the beans. its supposed to be a secret.
别说漏了嘴,这可是个秘密哦!
5.stick in the mud 保守的人
cathy is such a stick in the mud. she never wants to try anything
new.
cathy真保守,她从不想尝试新事物。
美国口语俚语(5)
1.john厕所
i have to go to the john. wait for me in the car.
我要去厕所。在车里等我一下。
2.keep in line管束
he needs to be kept in line. hes too wild.
他太野了,要好好管束一下。
3.jump the gun草率行事
dont jump the gun. we have to be patient for a while.
不要草率行事。我们应该耐心等一会儿。
4.jump to conclusion妄下结论
dont jump to conclusion. we have to figure it out first.
不要妄下结论,先把事情搞清楚。
5.lemon次
this car is a real lemon. it has broken down four times.
这辆车真次,已经坏了四次了!
美国口语俚语(6)
1.fishy 可疑的
his story sounds fishy. we should see if its really true.
他的故事听起来可疑。我们应该看看到底是不是真的。
2.flip out 乐死了
chris flipped out when i told him that we won the game.
我告诉克里斯我们赢了比赛时,他乐歪了。
3.fix someone up 撮合某人
i think xixi and macaulay would make a perfect couple. lets fix them
up. (haha,just kidding:)
我想习习和macaulay会是理想的一对,我们来撮合他们吧。(呵,开个玩
笑,习习和macaulay不会生气吧?:)
4.take a shine to 有好感
he really likes you. there are very few people he takes a shine to
right away.
他真的喜欢你。他很少对人一见面就有好感的。
5.third wheel 累赘,电灯泡
you two go on ahead. i dont want to be a third wheel.
你们两个去好了,我不想当电灯泡。
美国口语俚语(7)
1.ripoff 骗人的东西
what a ripoff! the new car i bought doesnt work!
真是个骗人货!我买的新车启动不了!
2.rock the boat 找麻烦
dont rock the boat! things are fine just the way they are.
别找麻烦了,事情这样就够好了。
3.blow it 搞砸了,弄坏了
i blew it on that last exam.
我上次考试靠砸了。
4.in hot water 有麻烦
he is in hot water with his girlfriend recently.
近段时间他跟女友的关系有点僵。
5.put ones foot in ones mouth 祸从口出
wally is always saying such stupid thing. he has a real talent for
putting his foot in his mouth.
沃力尽说这种蠢话。他真有惹是生非的本事。
美国口语俚语(8)
1.flop (表演、电影等)不卖座,失败
the movie was a flop. nobody went to see it.
这部电影卖座率奇低,没有人去看。
2.drop in/by/over 随时造访
feel free to drop in anytime. im usually home and id love the
company.
欢迎随时来坐坐。我通常在家,也喜欢游人做伴。
3.drop a line 写信
drop me a line! 给我写信!
4.duck 躲闪,突然低下头
remind little bobby to duck his head when he crawls under the table
so he wont hit his head.
提醒小波比爬到桌下时要低头才不会受伤。
5.go with the flow 随从大家的意见
sharon is an easy-going person. she just goes with the flow.
沙伦是个随和的人。人家怎么说,她就怎么做。
美国口语俚语(9)
1.act up 胡闹,出毛病
the children started to act up as soon as the teacher left the room.
老师一离开教室,孩子们就闹起来了。
2.ad lib 即兴而作,随口编
the comedian ad libbed most of his routine.
那个喜剧演员大多是即兴表演。
3.blah-blah-blah 说个不停
all she does is go blah-blah-blah all night.
她整夜说个不停。
4.hit it off 投缘,一见如故
they hit it off instantly and have been good friends ever since.
他们一见面就很投缘,从此成了好朋友。
5.zit 青春痘
why is it that every time i have a hot date, i break out with a big zit
on my face
为什么每次我有重要约会时,脸上都会冒出一个很大的青春痘呢?
美国口语俚语(10)
1.put someone on the spot 让某人为难
dont put me on the spot like this. you know i cant give you
confidential information.
别这样让我为难,你知道我不能给你机密资料的。
2.racket 非法行业,挂羊头卖狗肉
the police are determined to break up the racket.
警方决定打击这个非法行业。
3.have it good 享受得很
she really has it good. everybody caters to her every need.
她真是享受得很,大家都依着他。
4.dont knock it 不要太挑剔
don;t knock it! you wont be able to find another job that pays so
well.
别挑剔了!你未必可以找到另外一个待遇这么好的工作!
5.pig out 狼吞虎咽
we pigged out on potato chips and cookies until our bellies ached.
我们大吃薯条和曲奇,吃到肚子撑到痛为止。
美国口语俚语(11)
1.down in the dumps垂头丧气
the players were down in the dumps after their team lost the
championship game.
球员输掉决赛哪一场后个个垂头丧气。
2.horse around嬉闹
weve horsed around long enough. its time to get to work.
我们闹够了,该去工作了。
3.pass something up放弃某事物
you cant pass up this job. this kind of opportunity comes only once
in a lifetime.
你不可错过这个工作。这种机会一辈子才有一次。
4.go whole hog全力以赴
she went whole hog in planning he new years eve party.
她全心全力筹办新年晚会。
5.shoo-in长胜将军
theres no way he can lose. hes a shoo-in.
他不会输的,他是位长胜将军。
美国口语俚语(12)
1.get the ball rolling开始
lets get the ball rolling.让我们开始吧。
2.get on the ball用心做
if you hope to keep your job, youd better get on the ball and meet
the deadline.
如果你还想要你的那份工作,你最好用心做,赶上最后期限!
3.lady-killer帅哥
hes a real lady-killer. 他是个不折不扣的帅哥。
4.lay off停止,解雇
lay off! i dont need you to tell me what to do!
别再讲了!我不需要你告诉我怎么去做!
5.knock it off=cut it off停止
knock it off! im trying to get some sleep.
别吵了!我正想睡觉呢!
美国口语俚语(13)
1.have a passion for钟爱
i have a passion for blue dresses.
我钟爱蓝色的衣服。
2.pep talk打气,鼓励的话
the coach gave his team a pep talk at half time, hoping to lead them to victory.
教练在半场时候给球员们打起,希望将他们引上胜利之途。
3.pick someone’s brains请教某人
i don’t understand any of this medical terminology. do you mind if i pick your brains since you’re so knowledgeable in this area
我对医学术语一无所知。你在这方面如此在行,我能不能请教你一下?
4.pass out醉到了
he passed out after three beers.
喝了三杯啤酒后他就醉倒了。
5.way back好久以前
we’ve been friends since way back.
我们老早就是好朋友了。
美国口语俚语(14)
1.hit someone with a problem让某人面对问题
i’m sorry to hit you with this problem. i don’t know who else to turn to.
很抱歉把这个问题抛给你,我不知道还可以找谁求助。
2.have it bad for狂恋
he really has it bad for her, but she has no ideas.
他狂恋着她,而她却不知道。
3.hung over宿醉未醒
don’t disturb him. he’s still hung over from last night.
别吵醒他,他宿醉仍未醒。
4. has-been过时的人或物
lisa is a has-been. no one will hire her any more.
丽莎已经过时了。没人会再雇佣她。
4.have a bone to pick with有账要算
i have a bone to pick with you. you still owe me the fifteen dollars you borrowed.
我有账跟你算。你向我借的十五美金还没还呢!
美国口语俚语(15)
1. let the cat out of the bag 泄漏秘密
i wont let the cat out of the bag.
我不会泄漏秘密的。
2.in the market for 想买,积极物色
people are always in the market for something new and different.
人们总想买点新奇的且与众不同的东西。

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