(1) to be grateful for something that somebody has done v.为…表示感激
120.Joey: Look, I live across the street, (walking to the window) and I know all about you and your little
telescope, and I don't appreciate it, okay?
216.Mrs.Geller: Thank you Richard, I appreciate the support.
220.Monica: Listen, um honey, I appreciate this but you don't have to keep hanging out with them for me,
I mean, they have each other.
(2) to understand that something is true v.充分意识到，察知；懂得，理解
124.Joey: It's like, all of a sudden, I'm blind. But all my other senses are heightened, y'know? It's like…
I was able to appreciate it on another level.
(3) to recognize the good qualities of somebody v.欣赏
201.Ross: You deserve to be with someone who appreciates you, and who gets how funny and sweet and
amazing, and adorable, and sexy you are, you know?
(1) pressure on somebody to do or achieve something n.压力，逼迫
102.Monica: I know this is going to sound unbelievably selfish, but, were you planning on bringing up the
whole baby/lesbian thing? Because I think it might take some of the heat off me.
(2) strong feelings, especially of excitement or anger n.强烈的感情，激情；激愤，愤怒
107.Rachel: I mean, with Barry, it was safe and it was easy, but there was no heat. With Paolo, that's all
there was, was heat! And it was just this raw, animal, sexual…
213.Joey: Oh, I'm gettin' heat from the guy in the hot pink thong.
(3) (especially North American English) = heating: the process of supplying heat to a room or
building; a system used to do this n.供暖；暖气设备
209.Monica: Ross, could you turn the heat down please?
(4) to make something hot or warm v.加热；使变暖
112.Monica: Paolo, I really hate you for what you did to Rachel, (hands him a lasagna) but I still have five
of these, so heat it at 375 until the cheese bubbles.
202.Phoebe: Duh, I think I know how to heat breast milk. Ok.
(1) to keep something to use or enjoy in the future v.保留，保存
122.Ross: Yeah, save it for the cab, okay.
214.Chandler: No, no, I think something this nice should be saved for a special occasion.
216.Ross: Hey, save us some pizza.
(2) to avoid doing something difficult or unpleasant; to make somebody able to avoid doing
something difficult or unpleasant v.避免，免得（出现困难或不愉快的事）
204.Julie: That saves us a conversation.
(3) to keep money instead of spending it, especially in order to buy a particular thing v.储蓄，攒钱
205.Joey: Well I guess I gotta start savin' up for Ross's birthday, so I guess I'll just stay home and eat dust
(4) to keep somebody/something safe from death, harm, loss, etc v.救护，拯救，挽救
214.Rachel: Ok, Ross, listen to me, I am not yours to save.
218.Joey: Naa, they said that when they found my body, my brain was so smashed in that the only doctor
that could have saved me was me, supposed to be some kind of irony.
220.Phoebe: What when Yeller saves the family from the wolf and everyone's happy?
(5) to avoid wasting something or using more than necessary v.节约，节省
221.Joey: Well uh, I had breakfast here so technically I saved $3.50.
(6) (in football, etc.)an action by the goalkeeper that stops a goal being scored n.[体育] 救险球，引申
110.Mrs. Bing: You okay, kiddo? Chandler: Yeah, okay. Mrs. Bing: Alright. Chandler: Nice save.
107.Chandler: Good save! We're back on track, and I'm chewing someone else's gum.