102.Rachel: Oh, and Mind, you know, if-if everything works out, and you guys end up getting married
and having kids and everything, I just hope they have his old hairline and your old nose.
hairline [ˈhɛrlaɪn]: the edge of a person's hair, especially at the front 发型轮廓；(尤指前额的)发际线
116.Carol: Oh, what do you know?! No-one's going up to you and saying, 'Hi, is that your nostril?
Mind if we push this pot roast through it?!'
nostril ['nɑstrəl]: either of the two openings at the end of the nose that you breathe through 鼻孔
214.Rachel: They had to reduce it because of-of my deviated septum.
septum [ˈsɛptəm]: a thin part that separates two hollow areas, for example the part of the nose between the
nostrils (解剖学)隔膜 (<例>nasal septum deviation: 鼻中隔偏曲。鼻中隔向一侧或两侧弯曲，或鼻中隔一侧或
101.Ross: I just feel like someone reached down my throat, grabbed my small intestine, pulled it out
of my mouth and tied it around my neck.
throat [θroʊt]: a passage in the neck through which food and air pass on their way into the body 喉咙
1011.Joey: Okay, the little thing that hangs down at the back of your throat.
uvula [ˈyuvyələ]: a small piece of flesh that hangs from the top of the inside of the mouth just above the throat
122.Chandler: You have to give them something, you know. Okay, now that was Gerston, Santos
and…Who's the guy with the mustache?
mustache ['mʌstæʃ]: a line of hair that a man allows to grow on his upper lip (嘴唇以上的)小胡子
106.All: Hey! I didn't know you can dance! You were in a play! You had a beard!
beard [bɪrd]: hair that grows on the chin and cheeks of a man's face 下巴和面颊下部的胡须；络腮胡子
214.[The camera pans over and we see a torso taking up the whole screen.]
torso [ˈtɔrsoʊ]: the main part of the body, not including the head, arms or legs (人体的)躯干
104.Phoebe: Okay, okay. If I were omnipotent for a day, I would want, um, world peace, no more
hunger, good things for the rain forest. And bigger boobs!
boob [bub]: (also boobie) a woman's breast (女人的)胸脯，乳房，奶子(亦作boobie)
111.Ross: The girl on the cover with her nipples showing?
nipple [ˈnɪpl]: either of the two small, round, dark parts on a person's chest. Babies can suck milk from their
mother's breasts through the nipples. 乳头，奶头
404.Ross: Now one more time. Hey, don't you want a washboard stomach and rock hard pecs?
pecs [pɛks]: (plural) the muscles of the chest (复数)(尤指健美运动或举重运动员的)胸肌
221.Arthur: It's a nice watch. I don't wanna break it on your ribs.
rib: any of the curved bones that are connected to the spine and surround the chest 肋骨
321.Rachel: Oh, I am, my side still hurts from when you crashed into me yesterday.
side: either the right or left part of a person’s body, from the armpit to the hip 肋部
109.Ross: Look, if she's talking to it, I just think that I should get some belly time too. I mean,
not that, not that I believe any of this.
belly ['bɛli]: the part of the body below the chest (人或动物的)腹部，肚子
104.Chandler: Come on, Ross! You, me, Joey, ice, guys' night out! Come on, what do you say,
big guy, huh? [pretending to punch him in the stomach] Huh? Huh?
stomach ['stʌmək]: You can refer to the front part of your body below your waist as your stomach. 腹部，肚子
404.Chandler: No. I want a flabby gut and saggy man breasts!
gut: a person’s stomach, especially when it is large 肚腩
413.Chandler: Is it just me, or can you actually see his abs through his overcoat?
abs [æbz]: the muscles of the abdomen (复数)腹肌(＝abdominals)
503.Dr. Harad: I want you to know you're gonna be in good hands. I've been doing this for a long time.
I'll be back in a minute to do your internal.
internal [ɪn'tərnl]: 内部器官；内脏
19. gall bladder
616.Phoebe: Come on! [to an old man who's holding her shoes and briefcase] Shoes! Briefcase!
[takes them both] Thanks, Lou. Good luck with the gall bladder. [leaves]
gall bladder: an organ attached to the liver in which bile is stored 胆囊
616.Chandler: I'm the ruptured spleen.
spleen [splin]: a small organ near the stomach that controls the quality of the blood cells 脾脏