(1) to think or believe that something will happen or that somebody will do something v.预料；预期；预
111.Chandler: Yes, well, I expect this from her. Okay? She's always been a Freudian nightmare.
211.Joey: I'm afraid the situation is much worse than we expected.
223.Ross: You know, I might have expected this of you Phoebe, but Ryan, you're a military man.
(3) to demand that somebody will do something because it is their duty or responsibility v.要求；指望；
118.Ross: So if you're gonna play poker with me, don't expect me to be a 'nice guy,' OK?
211.Ross: If she were marrying a guy, none of you'd expect me to be there.
217.Chandler: Well what's the difference? Your eggs aren't here anymore, are they? You took your eggs and
you left. You really expect me to never find new eggs?
(3) to be waiting for somebody/something to arrive, as this has been arranged 等待；期待；盼望
221.Mrs. Buffay: Well he left four years ago so we're expecting him back any minute now.
(1) simple but clever adj.简洁却睿智的
105.Phoebe: What a neat idea. All your clothes match. I'm gonna do this.
223.Ross: Wow, it, it's neat learning about submarines.
(2) tidy and in order; carefully done or arranged adj.整洁的；整齐的；有序的
218.Ross: Oh. How do you uh, ya know, keep it so neat?
(3) especially of alcoholic drinks not mixed with water or anything else adj.(尤指酒)未掺水的；纯的
222.Mr. Green: No no no, no no no, neat, as in no rocks.
222.Mrs. Green: Oh, Scotch neat. You know, that's Rachel's father's drink.
(4) good; excellent adj.好的；极好的
222.Ross: Oh, mine too. Isn't that neat?
(1) a small piece of advice about something practical n.指点；实用的提示
101.Joey: Here's a little tip, she really likes it when you rub her neck in the same spot over and over and over
again until it starts to get a little red.
116.Chandler: Little tip: if you’re ever in a similar situation, never ever leave your hand… (he mimes Nina taking
her revenge) ..on the desk.
220.Phoebe: Hey. Oh thanks for the great movie tip.
(2) the thin pointed end of something n.尖端；尖儿；端
103.Monica: They say it's the same as the distance from the tip of a guy's thumb to the tip of his index finger.
215.Rachel: When I was um, 7, I crashed my bike right out in front of his house and to stop me from crying he
kissed me right here. (points to the tip of her nose)
(3) a small amount of extra money that you give to somebody, for example somebody who serves you
in a restaurant n.小费
104.They all get their wallets out and give generous tips.
109.Rachel: I was just wondering, do you think there's a possibility that you could give me an advance on my tips.。?
118.Rachel: I cannot be a waitress anymore, I mean it. I'm sick of the lousy tips, I'm sick of being called 'Excuse
(4) a small part that fits on or over the end of something n. (装在顶端的)小部件
222.Ross: (pulls the cigarette off his upper lip and hands it to Mr. Green) Yeah, yes it is, I was just moistening
the tip. 【filter tip: 香烟的过滤嘴】
(5) to give somebody an extra amount of money to thank them for something they have done for you as
part of their job v.给小费
209.Joey: Hey, how much did you guys tip the super this year?
209.Ross: So you guys, who else did you tip with cookies?
220.Joey: Oh, what about that thing he did when he tipped the guy who showed us to our seats. You never even
saw the money, it was like this.
(6) to move so that one end or side is higher than the other; to move something into this position v. (使)
221.The bullies grab the back of the couch that Ross and Chandler are sitting in and tip back.