(1) details of where somebody lives or works and where letters, etc. can be sent n.住址；地址；通信处
117.Monica: Name, address… Okay, in case of emergency, call?
(2) a formal speech that is made in front of an audience n.正式演讲
222.Rachel: But nooo, they got into a huge fight in the middle of the commencement address.
(3) to write on an envelope, etc. the name and address of the person, company, etc. that you are
sending it to by mail v.写(收信人)姓名地址；致函
212.Monica: This wasn't addressed to Days of Our Lives, this is, this came to your apartment.
(1) a thin book or a piece of paper that gives you information about a play, a concert, etc. n.节目单；演
106.Rachel: [reading the program] Ooh! Look! Look! Look! Look, there's Joey's picture!
(2) something that people watch on television or listen to on the radio n.节目
117.Ross: The thing is, he doesn't like the program!
(3) a plan of things that will be done or included in the development of something n.计划；方案；活动安
124.Joey: Yeah, well, I still got a week left to go in the program, and according to the rules, if I want to get the
money I'm not allowed to conduct any…personal experiments, if you know what I mean.
205.Rachel: What, as part of your poor friends outreach program?
222.Chandler: Well, I relied on a carefully regimented program of denial and, and wetting the bed.
(1) activity that you do for pleasure and that needs physical effort or skill, usually done in a special area
and according to fixed rules n.体育运动
111.Monica: Let's see. Congress is debating a new deficit reduction bill… the mayor wants to raise subway
fares again… the high today was forty-five… and- oh, teams played sports.
217.Eddie: No thanks man, I'm not uh, I'm not really into sports.
(2) used as a friendly way of greeting somebody, especially a man n.(用作友好称呼，尤指男子)老兄，
222.Chandler: Hey, how you holdin' up there, tiger? Oh, sorry, when my parents were getting divorced I got a
lot of tigers. Got a lot of champs, chiefs, sports, I even got a governor.
(3) amusement or fun n.娱乐；消遣；玩笑；逗乐
223.Chandler: Yeah the rogue processor who seduces his co-worker's wives for sport and then laughs about
it the next day at the water cooler.
(4) to have or wear something in a proud way so that everyone can see v.故意显示；夸示；炫耀
214.Chandler: Oh, yeah, easy for you to say, you don't have to walk around sporting some reject from the
Mr. T collection.