(1) to pay the money that you owe v.付清（欠款）；结算；结账
118.Chandler: Rach, Rach, we gotta settle.
(2) of a group of people to make your permanent home in a country or an area as colonists v.作为
118.Rachel: Settle what? Chandler: The… Jamestown colony of Virginia. You see, King George is giving us
the land, so…
(3) to decide or arrange something finally v.最终决定，安排好
121.The girls are unsure how to pair off. Phoebe settles it.
(4) to sink slowly down v.沉淀
221.Chandler: Well the package says you have to uh, constantly keep it moving. Stir and drink, stir and
drink, never let it settle.
(1) if food burns, or if you burn it, it is spoiled because it gets too hot v.(使)烧焦，烧煳
109.Monica: Just as long as Phoebe gets her peas and onions, and Mario gets his tots, and it's my first
Thanksgiving, and it's all burned, and, and I… I…
113.Mr. Tribbiani: You're burning your tomatoes.
(2) to destroy, damage, injure or kill somebody/something by fire v.(使)烧毁，烧坏，烧伤，烧死
114.Phoebe: Ok. We can, um, we can burn the stuff they gave us.
(3) if part of your body burns or is burning, it feels very hot and painful v.火辣辣地痛；发烫
208.Rastatter: So, it doesn't burn when you pee, does it?
(4) to be damaged or injured by the sun, heat, acid, etc.; to damage or injure somebody/something
in this way v.(使)晒伤，烫伤，烧伤
221.Chandler: You burn your mouth? Ross: Cannot feel my tongue.
(5) an exclamatory response, generally used by a third party when he witnesses a first party being
thoroughly humiliated or insulted by a second party 当目睹一方被另一方侮辱时，第三者所说的感叹词
213.Ross: Hey pal, look who I brought. It's your old friend Harry Elefante. [Marcel grabs the elephant doll and
throws it to the ground] Joey: Woah, dude, burn.
(1) a large machine at a funfair or amusement park that you ride on for amusement or excitement n.供
107.Ross: The ride broke down. So, Carol and I went behind a couple of those mechanical Dutch children…
then they fixed the ride, and we were asked never to return to the Magic Kingdom.
(2) a short journey in a vehicle, on a bicycle, etc. n.(乘车或骑车的)短途旅程
122.Ross: What is that? [referring to the sandwich] Joey: For the ride.
(3) a free ride in a car, etc. to a place you want to get to n.免费搭车；搭便车
216.Mrs.Geller: Well, you kids thank Dr. Burke for the ride?
(4) to travel in a vehicle, especially as a passenger v.搭乘；乘坐
106.Chandler: Once I got on the subway, right, and it was at night, and I rode it all the way to Brooklyn…
just for the hell of it.
220.Joey: How do we say yes now and make it seem like we're not doin' it just to ride in the cool car?
(5) to sit on and control a bicycle, motorcycle, etc. v.骑；驾驶
107.Phoebe: You know, did you ride mopeds?