(1) an amusing copy of the way a person acts or speaks n.(对某人举止言谈的)滑稽模仿
103.Chandler: I'd marry him just for his David Hasselhof impression alone.
205.Ross: Even though you do do a good Bob impression, I'm thinkin' when she sees you tomorow, she's
probably gonna realize, "hey, you're not Bob."
214.Chandler: I pity the fool who puts on my jewelry, I do, I do. I pity the fool that. . . [turns around and sees Joey]
Hi. Hey man, we were just doin' some uhh, impressions over here. Do your Marcel Marceau. [Joey turns around
and walks out without saying anything] That's actually good.
(2) a mark that is left when an object is pressed hard into a surface n.压痕
112.Chandler: Well, let's just say the impressions you made in the butter left little to the imagination.
(3) an idea, a feeling or an opinion that you get about somebody/something, or that somebody/something
gives you n.印象；感想
201.Julie: Hi, but I'm not here, you haven't met me. I'll make a much better first impression tomorrow when I don't
have 20 hours of cab and plane on me.
(1) rude and offensive remarks, usually made when somebody is very angry n.辱骂；恶语
101.Joey: I will not take this abuse.
(2) unfair, cruel or violent treatment of somebody n.虐待
102.Carol: 'Cause I think that borders on child abuse.
(3) to use power or knowledge unfairly or wrongly v.滥用，妄用（权力、所知所闻）
202.Julie: Oh, listen you guys. I have this friend at Bloomingdales who's quitting tomorrow and he wants to abuse
his discount. So, anyone want to come with me and take advantage of it?
(1) the main subject or course of a student at college or university n.主修课程；专业
109.Ross: And everyone's telling me, you gotta pick a major, you gotta pick a major.
203.Alison: Oh, my major was totally useless. I mean, how often do you look in the classifieds and see
(2) an officer of fairly high rank in the army or the US air force n.少校
210.Chandler: Didn't you used to call it the Little Major?
(3) very large or important adj.主要的；重要的；大的
101.Ross: You know you probably didn't know this, but back in high school, I had a, um, major crush on you.
119.Chandler: Any sex I had would've involved a major lifestyle choice.
208.Rastatter: See, the way we look at it, chocolate already dominates most of your major food-preparation
holidays: Easter, Christmas, what have you.
(4) to study something as your main subject at a university or college v.主修
210.Ross: Hey, you're a doctor of gums. That's the smallest body part you can major in. It's like day one, floss.
Day two, here's your diploma.