(1) beautiful; attractive adj.美丽的；优美的；有吸引力的；迷人的
108. Mrs. Geller: Those earrings look really lovely on you.
115. Chandler: Mrs. Tedlock. You're looking lovely today.
(2) very enjoyable and pleasant; wonderful adj.令人愉快的；极好的
115.Steve: It's a lovely apartment.
207.Rachel: Ohh, well, isn't that just lovely? That's something the two of you will be able to enjoy for a really,
really, really, really, really long time.
223.Jeannie: Oh, that sounds lovely. We're gonna have to set that up.
(3) (of a person) very kind, generous and friendly adj.（人）亲切友好的；慷慨大方的；可爱的
202.Susan: Honey, relax. Ross is great with him. Don't look so surprised. I'm a lovely person.
206.Chandler: You know, I once dated a Miss Crankypants. Lovely girl, kinda moody.
(1) ordinary; without any special or extra features adj.普通的；平凡的
111.Ross: I don't know, God, I… well, it's not like she's a regular mom, y'know? She's, she's sexy, she's…
203.Monica: Rach, I think we have enough regular lamps.
(2) usual adj.通常的；平常的；惯常的
118.Joey: But hey, thanks for teachin' us Cross-Eyed Mary. You guys, we gotta play that at our regular game.
(3) following a pattern, especially with the same time and space in between each thing and the
121.Ross: No, no. The vet says unless he's in a place where he has regular access to some… monkey loving, he's
just gonna get vicious. I've just gotta get him into a zoo.
(4) used for emphasis to show that somebody/something is an exact or clear example of the thing
217.Chandler: Oh hey, it's, it's terriffic. I mean it's a regular space…fest.
24. Pick up
(1) to take hold of somebody/something and lift them/it up 拿起；举起；提起
102.Ross picks up a surgical instrument and mimes a duck with it..
103..Chandler sulkily picks up a garbage can lid and uses it as an umbrella.
(2) to stop by and collect something from a place 中途把…带走；停下来把…取回
105.Ross: So what're you saying here? I should shave again, pick up some wine, what?
109.Ross: Oh, I uh, just came by to pick up my skull. Well, not mine, but…
(3) to go somewhere in your car and collect somebody who is waiting for you （开车）接人
114.Fireman No. 3: We get off around midnight, why don't we pick you up then?
124.Rachel: I forgot… I am supposed to pick up a friend at the airport.
(4) to receive an electronic signal, sound or picture 接收（信号、声音、图像等）
120. Chandler: No, interestingly enough her leaf blower picked up.
122.Chandler: See that'll stop when you pick up the phone.
(5) to start talking to somebody you do not know because you want to have a sexual relationship
with them（(偶然、随便地) 搭讪，勾搭 (尤指结交与之发生性关系的异性)
206.Chandler: That's a good plan, Joe. Next time we wanna pick up women, we should just go to the
park and make out. Taxi, taxi!
A). pick up the pieces: to return or to help somebody return to a normal situation, particularly after a
shock or a disaster （使）恢复；补救；收拾残局
112.Chandler: My Catholic friend is right. She's distraught. You're there for her. You pick up the pieces, and
then you usher in the age of Ross!
B). pick up the bill, tab, etc. : to pay for something 付账
215.Joey: Huh? Days of our Lives picked up my option.
(注：option: the right to buy or sell something at some time in the future 原意是“期权”，一种特殊的合约协议，
是提前支付的工资（payment upfront 签约金或前期金），这部分收入除了大牌明星比较可观外，一般的演员拿的
是比较低的。在电影/电视上映播出之后，演员可以根据之前签订的合约(a profit sharing agreement with the