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中文最常用600句短语地道英文表达
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中文最常用600句短语地道英文表达

2 字篇

1. 活该! serves you(him,her) right!   = you deserve (he/she deserves it.)
 e.g   you failed the test? serves you right for not studying!

2. 活该! you had it coming! 
e.g.  a: i gained weight!
b: well, you had it coming, because you've been eating so much without exercising.

3. 胡闹  that’s monkey business!
e.g.  a: stop fooling around! that’s monkey business! 别再混日子了!你根本在胡闹嘛!
 注:本句也可把monkey当成动词说成“stop monkeying around!”

3.请便! help yourself.  do as you please. (表示不需准许而可取东西,就是请客人自在点,不必太拘束。)

4.哪有? what do you mean? not at all!
   注:如果只说“what do you mean?”那是不带任何用意的问句,只是想?#26159;?#26970;对方的意思;但是它也可用于挑衅及威胁,代表不满对方表达的意见。若加上“not at all?#20445;?#34920;示你在否认对方表达的意思。

5.才怪! yeah,right!as if!
e.g.  a: today’s test was very easy.
     b: yeah, right!
     a:he thinks he can socialize with us! as if! 他自认可以跟我们交往! 才怪!
注:“yeah,right”常用于讽刺性的回答。“as if”大多是10到17岁女孩的用语。

6.加油! go for it!
e.g.   a: go for it! you can do it!
注:这是鼓励他人的话,也就是“give it a good try.?#34180;皌ry your best.?#34180;?/P>

7.够了! enough! stop it!
   注:也可以加强语气说“enough is enough!?#34180;?#35201;是对方正在fooling around(无所事事),你会骂 "enough of this foolishness!"(混够了吧!)

8.放心! i got your back.
e.g.  a: don’t worry, man. i got your back.
注:这句原本来自“i’m covering you from behind?#20445;?#25105;在后面掩护你),是打仗时军人常说的一句话。但在现代的意思是我会照料一切,要对方不必担心,所以这句男人会常用,女人反而较少用。

9.爱现! showoff!
e.g.   a: he’s been doing that all day. what a showoff!
注:showoff是名词,也可作动词,如:she likes to show off her toys. 或he is always showing off his strength.

10.讨厌!  so annoying!
e.g.   a: stop that! you are so annoying!  够了!你真讨厌!

11.免谈! no need to discuss!(no need for discussion.)
e.g.   a: it’s all settled. there’s no need to discuss it anymore. 全都确定了。所以就免谈了!

12.真棒! that’s great!

13.好险! that was close!
e.g.   a: i’m so glad you made it. that was close!
注:这里的close是很接近、幸好的意思,和开门关门(open and close)的close不同。

14.闭嘴! shut up!

15.?#32654;茫?it sucks!
e.g.   a: that sucks. don’t buy it.
注:这句话可用来形容人、事物的状况令人失望或十分不理想。

16.真巧! what a coincidence!

17.?#23383;桑?nbsp; immature!
e.g.   a: she’s still sleeping with her favorite stuffed animal. she’s so immature.

what a baby!
e.g.   a: look at her, still buying “hello kitty” stuff at age 30. what a baby!
注:这句话对美国人来说侮辱的程度比较大。

18.花痴!  flirt!
e.g.   a: you are such a flirt! stop kissing up to him! he doesn’t like you at all. 你是花痴喔?别再讨好他了。他本不?#19981;?#20320;。
注:不论男女,凡有如此?#24418;?#30340;皆可用flirt表示。player(调情圣手)专指男性,tease(卖弄风情的女人)专指女性。

19.痞子!  riff raff!
e.g.   a: these people give me the creeps. riff raff! 这些人使我起鸡皮疙瘩。真是一群痞子!
注:在美国riff raff特别指人肮脏、下流。

20.找死!  playing with fire!
e.g.   a: are you crazy? you’re playing with fire!
注:这是表示某人在做的事很危险或很有挑战性。

21.色狼!  Pervert!
e.g.   A: He is such a pervert! I saw him looking at me in the toilet!
注:这句话除了指性变态,也指精神变态,可简单地说“perv?#20445;?#20063;可作动词,例如:
“You are rally perverted.” 。

22.精彩!  Super!
e.g.   A: Good job. That’s super!
注:这字有点旧了,但年轻人?#19981;?#22312;形容词前面加super以强调它的意思,如“super-cool?#34180;?/P>

23.算了!  Forget it!
注:这句有“不谈这件事了?#20445;?#25110;“这没什么”的意思。

24.糟了!  Shit!/ Fuck!/ Damn!
e.g.   A: Shit! This stinks!   糟了!这好臭!
注: 这些都是低俗的用语,如同“***”等等咒骂的字,Damn是其中最温和的一个。

25.废话!  Bullshit!
e.g.   A: I don’t believe it. That’s bullshit!
注:这句也可用crap来表示,它的语气比较温和,但还是一样无礼。

26.变态! Pervert!
e.g.  A: Let’s get out of here. There are so many perverts here.
注:中文的变态从意思来看,其?#24403;?#33521;文的pervert语意厌恶许多。

27.吹牛!  Brag.
e.g.  A: He’s bragging. There’s no way he could do that!

28.?#21543;担?nbsp; Play dumb.
e.g.   A: Don't play dumb. You know about that. 

29.偏心。  Biased (prejudiced)。
e.g.   A: Stop saying those things about it. You’re just biased.  不要再这样说它了,你就是偏心。
      A:He’s so prejudiced. He helps her just because he likes her.
注:prejudice本意就是负面的,常用来职责对方不公正, bias则是中性字,如“The author has a bias for apple pie?#20445;?#36825;个作家对苹果派?#20852;?#20559;好)。

30.无耻!  Shameless!
e.g.   A: How could you do such a thing! You’re shameless! 这种事你也做得出来!你无耻!
注: Shameless 和 no shame不同,no shame是not scared of being shameful,不怕丢脸的意思。

31.你敢?  You dare?
e.g.   A: I want to challenge you!
        B: You dare?

32.赞成!    I approve.  / That’s a good idea.
e.g.     A: Let’s go for a walk.
          B: Sure. I approve.
         
33.好饱!   I’m stuffed.
    
34. 休想!  Over my dead body!/ No way!
e.g.    A: You want to marry that guy? Over my dead body!

35.成交! It’s a deal!

36. 干嘛?  What?/ What do you want?/ What’s wrong? / what do you think 
                   you are doing? / what happened? / what for?

3 字篇

37. 不会吧?  That won’t happen, will it?
e.g.  A:  He will win the game. That won’t happen, will it?
     不会吧?  No, she’s not like that, is she? 
e.g.  A:  Are you sure she stole the jewels? No, she’s not like that, is  she?
    不会吧?  No, it won’t, will it?
  e.g.  A:  He may not have much longer to live.
        B:  No, he won’t die, will he?
     不会吧?  No way! (or Be smart!, 较礼貌一点)
 
37. 起内哄。  Fighting one’s own. / In-fighting.
e.g.   A: That company wasted too much time fighting its own.
        A: I won’t tolerate this in-fighting!

38. 狗屎运!  Lucky bastard!
e.g.   A: He won the lottery! Lucky bastard!

39. 没风?#21462;?nbsp; Crass
e.g.   A: He’s so crass. There’s no way I would date him.
注:另外,vulgar,boorish也可以用来形容别人没风?#21462;?/P>

40. 你?#30340;兀?nbsp; So what? 
e.g.   A: You are such a bad person. Who’s gonna  like you? 
         B: So what?
你?#30340;兀?nbsp; You tell me!       
 e.g.   A: What are we going to do? 
         B: You tell me!
注:说“So what”时,若语气冷淡,则表示不在乎;若语气带挑衅,则表示不要人干涉,有“你管我 ?#34180;?#37027;又怎样”的意思。

41. 别傻了!  Wise up! E.g.  A: Please, you believe that? Wise up!
                        Don’t be silly! 
E.g.  A: I think we can get everyone to give us money. 
       B: Don’t be silly.
注:当女孩子说“Don’t be silly”时,大多是在打情骂俏。

42.别闹了!  Keep it down!  E.g.  A: You kids are too loud! Keep it down!
注:Keep it down是不要闹了,但keep it up意思完全不同,是用来勉励对方
继续努力下去。如果keep it up!用威吓的语气说就变成:若继续下去后果就不?#21543;?#24819;
(你再给我试试看!)。

42. 不许碰! Don’t touch it! / Hands off!
 
43. 胆小鬼!   Coward!  E.g.   A: He dare not do it! What a coward!

44. 考虑中!  Sitting on the fence。
e.g.  A: I haven’t decided what to do. I’m sitting on the fence.
注: 表示此人的决定仍摇摆不定,随时会受人影响。

45. 认输吧! Give in!  e.g.  A: Give in! You won’t have a chance.
注: 也可用“give it up!?#20445;?#24847;即“不要再试了,你只是在浪费时间?#34180;?/P>

46. 抢劫啊!  Rip off! E.g.  A: That shirt cost me $3,000! What a rip-off! 
注: rip当名词也可当动词,所以可说:He really ripped me off.” 。
      
47. 别催我!  Don’t rush me.   E.g. A: I’m on it! Don’t rush me. 别催我!我正在做呢!
             
48. 再联络!  Keep in touch。

49. ?#20667;?#22909;!  Good job. /  Well done!

50. 真划算。  What a great deal!  
E.g. I got two bikes for the price of  one. What a great deal!
注:这里的deal是指买卖交易。在其他情况中“What’s the deal?”, “What’s  going on?”, “Why are you doing this?” 都是在询问“怎么了??#34180;?/P>

51. 看好喔!  Watch me!
注:这句是要别人注意自己在表演的特殊动作或技巧。

52. 死定了!   I’m dead!  
E.g.  A: I lost my computer. I’m dead. What am I going to do?
            I’m dead meat. 
E.g.  A: I failed the exam! I’m dead meat!
       注:以上两句都是十分夸张的句子,表示真的不知如何是好,另外,常见的句子有“You’ll be the death of me.”意思是指你和你惹的麻烦会毁了我。
      
53. 羡慕吧! Eat your heart out!
e.g.  A: Look out all these girls all over me! Eat your heart out! You’re  never gonna find a girl who will like you.
注:说这句话的人有着炫耀的心态。

54. 无所谓。  Whatever。 
E.g.  A: You can do what you want. Whatever.
注:这是年轻人很常用的俚语,除了无所谓外,还有以下的意思?#23401;?I don’t care!  (?#20063;?#19981;在乎) ② etc., etc, (等等,诸如此类的) ③ No! ④ That’s not the way it is, but I don’t give a damn. (才不是那样的,不过?#20063;?#29702;它。)在不同上下文作不同解释。

55. 别装蒜!  Don’t play innocent.  / Don’t play dumb!

56. 去你的!  Fuck you! (这句话十分粗俗,用生气或厌恶的语气说,有?#32942;?#20320;妈的?#21834;?#20043;意。

57. 分摊吧!  Let’s go Dutch.

58. 你做?#21361;?You’re dreaming.   E.g.  A: That will never happen. You’re  dreaming.
注:“Dream on!”意思也是一样,另外多了点玩笑的态?#21462;?/P>

59. 你真笨!  You’re so lame!  
       e.g.  A:  You’re so lame. Even a kid can make it. Try again.
注:Lame 原来的意思是跛脚、不适当的意思。在这里指人不够酷、无能。

60. 并不想。   Don’t feel like it.
e.g.  A: Come out with us tonight. It’ll cheer you up.
     B: I don’t feel like it.

61. 好可惜。   What a shame (pity).
 
62. 随便你。  (It’s )Up to you. Whatever.

63. 安分点!   Behave!  E.g.  A: Stop making so much noise! Behave.
       注: 年轻人用这句话的时候,多是在闹着玩的情况下,要对方“安分点?#20445;?#30007;女朋友在打情骂俏时也会叫对方“安分”一点。

64. 再?#36947;玻?nbsp; We’ll talk about it later.
 
65. 分手吧!  Let’s break up.

66. 你看吧!  I told you so!   
E.g.  A: I told you so! It won’t work See!  
E.g.  A: Like I said, it’s not as hard as you thought it'd be. See!

67. 不要?#24120;?Shameless!  E.g.  A: I can’t believe she’s wearing that! Shameless!
注:本句除了用shameless外,也可用“She has no shame. ?#34180;?/P>

68.  别管他! Don’t worry about it.    
E.g.  A: I don’t want to look bad.
        B: Don’t worry about it. No one will  notice. Don’t pay attention to it.  
E.g.  A: That guy over there is staring at me.
        B: Don’t play attention to it.

What the heck!       
E.g.  A: Is it alright if I ask Dane to come over?
        B: What the heck!
注: what the heck 与what the ****! 两个意思一样。

69.怎么说?  How do I say this?  E.g.  A: It’s so hard to explain. How do I say this? What do you mean?  
E.g.  A: I’m feeling sorry for him.
        B: What do you mean?

70.胡扯的! That’s rubbish!   
E.g.  A: It’s no like that at all. That’s  rubbish.

71. 蛮配的。  Suits you well.  
E.g. That color looks really good on you. It suits you well.

72. 很恶心! Blood and gore. 
E.g.  A: I don’t like scary and violent movies. There’s too much blood and  gore.
       That’s so gross! 
E.g. Will you stop making those gestures? That’s  so gross!
注:“Blood and gore”多半是指电影而言,而“gross”在?#35805;?#30340;情况下都可使用。

73.懂了吗? Get it? 
E.g. A: We broke up two months ago! Stop calling me.  Do you get it?
(Do you) know what I mean? / know what I’m saying?
E.g.  A: That’s the way it is. ( Do you ) know What I mean? You know?   
E.g.  A:  I really hate this. You know?

74. 别装了! Stop pretending.  
E.g.  A: I know you hate it. Stop pretending.
注: Pretending可用playing 代替。

75.神经病。 Crazy!
E.g.  A: You can’t do that! Crazy!
注:这字暗示某人精神失常,?#24418;?#21453;常;年轻人的俚语常以“mentally challenged” 代替crazy。

76.免了吧!  No need!
E.g.  A: I want to make sure that I get it straight.
        B: There’s no need. Forget it.
注: “no need”可自成一句,也可在句中使用。如:There was no need to call the president.
  
77.又来了! Again.  
E.g.  A: Here it come again. I don’t want to  deal with it.That’s typical.    
E.g.  A: He’s not taking responsibility for this  mistake. 
        B: That’s typical.

78. 不骗你! Not joking。  
E.g. A: Believe me. I’m not joking.

79.我请客。My treat。 
E.g.  A: please, it’s your birthday. My treat!
注: Treat也作动词用,如:I’ll treat you tonight. (今晚我请客。)

80.不赖嘛! Not bad。

81.去死啦!  Go to hell!  
E.g.  A: you’re such a bully. Go to hell.
 注:生气时在口语上诅咒别人去死前面有时会加上“you can?#34180;?/P>

82.冷静点!  Calm down!
E.g. A:  Don’t get so excited. Calm down. Keep your pants/shirt on!  
E.g. A: What’s the hurry? Keep your pants/shirt on!

83.我保证。  I guarantee.  
E.g.  A: You’ll be fine. I guarantee.

84. 我发誓!  I swear! 
E.g.  A: It will never happen again. I swear!
      注:swear还有下列用法:
① I swear by my bike that I can get anywhere in town in 15minutes. (swear by…, 对着…发誓,表示很有信心)。② The chief of justice swore in the president. (司法院长监督总统宣誓就职)。
③ I’m going to swear ff candy for the next month. (下个月我要戒吃糖果)。

85.来单挑!  Let’s fight one-on-one!
        e.g.  A:  let’s go, you and me, let’s fight one-on-one.
                 B:  All right, leave the others alone. It’s between you and me.

86. 正经点!  Have some decency!  
E.g. A:  Stop playing with the cake. Have some decency! Seriously…         
E.g. A:  Ok, stop joking around. Seriously …
  注:说这两句话的情况不同,“have some decency”通常是在对方有了一些恶作剧的?#24418;?#20043;后,用来提醒他举止庄重一点。“Seriously…”则多用来转变话题,跟中文的“说真格的……”类似,说完这句话,说者就把话题转为严肃的内容。

87.干脆点!  Make up your mind!
E.g.  A: Geez, we’ve been over this a thousand times. Make up your mind!

88.打扰了!  Excuse me for bothering you.  
注:因为文化的差异,美国人很少有这种说法,大部分的美国人都不认为要说这么谦虚的话。

89.清醒点!  Sober up! 
E.g.  A: Your parents are coming. Sober up.
Wake up! (Wake up and smell the coffee!) 
e.g.   A: Wake up! You look like you had a long night. 清醒点,你看起来像是整夜没睡。
注:酒醉或吃药后,多会用“Sober up?#34180;!癢ake up!”或“Wake up and smell the 
coffee!”则是“?#28304;?#37324;在想什么呀,醒醒吧你!”用来训斥别人面对现实。

90.别理他!  Don’t mind him.  
E.g.  A:  Don’t mind him. He’s just playing. Forget him.      
E.g.  A:  He saw me steal the diamond!
        B:  Forget him. I’ll take care of him.
注:forget him是“别理他!?#20445;?#32780;“别理我!”是leave me alone。

91.有眼光!  Good taste. 
E.g.  A: That looks really good. You’ve got good taste.

92.谁说的? Who said that?  E.g.  A:  It’s not like that at all. Who said  that? Says who?     
E.g.  A:  They cancelled our show. 
        B:  Says who?
注:这两句话除了可用来询问是什么人说的,它的意思多半是用来否认所听到的消息。

93.很难说。  Hard to say.      表示不清楚、不确定而难下定论。

94.老实说。 To tell you the truth (that…)/ Honestly…

95.你撒谎! You lie!

96.真恶心! So disgusting!

97.真碍眼!  Rubs me the wrong way.
e.g.  A: I can’t put my finger on it, but he really rubs me the wrong way.
我说不上来,但他真碍眼!
注:说这句话时通常有人惹到你,但也可能只是因为某人的外貌、言行令人不舒服。

98.别想溜! Don’t run away!
注:run away也可指闪避问题,如:“Don’t run away from your problems. ” 是要对方面对,并解决问题。

99.不客气。 You’re welcome. / No problem. / No bother./  Don’t worry  about it/  Don’t mention it.

100. 不上道。  Don’t know how to play the game.
E.g.  A:  Everyone accepted the bribe except him. He doesn’t know how to play the game.
注:这是现代的俚语。有一句Playing the field,它的意思就大不一样了,是表示同时跟很多不同的人约会。

101.你输了!  You lost!

102.吵死了!  So noisy!

103.不见得。  Not necessarily. 
E.g.  A: Everyone is gonna hate me. 
        B: Not necessarily. (意味“情况可能正好相反”)

104.兜风去。  Let’s go out for a drive.
E.g.  A:  I feel so trapped in here. Let’s go out for a  drive!
我觉得有被困在这里得感觉。咱们兜风去吧!
 Let’s go out for some air!
E.g.  A:  We’ve been studying all day. Let’s go out for some air!
注:going out for a drive 是开车或骑车出去。 going out for some air 除了开车或骑?#25285;?#20063;可表示用走来散心。

105.怕了吧? Now you are scared, aren’t you? 
e.g.  A: Now you are scared, aren’t you?
       B: Get that gun away from me!

106. 真低级!  How low-class!   
E.g.  A:  What do you think about Mary’s new skirt?
       B:  How low-class! (通常不当别人面讲这句话)
 
107.就这样。 The way it is。 E.g. A:  You can’t change anything. That’s  the way it is. Let it be.     
E.g. A:  I know it’s hard to accept. Let it  be.
注:let it be通常语气和缓,以安慰别人或使人平?#30149;?/P>

108.放弃吧!  Give up!

109.太神了!  Cool!

110. 解脱了!  Free at last!  E.g. A:  Thank god I graduated and I’m done  with school forever. Free at last.

111. 要你管! Not your business. /None of your business./ It’s none of your business.
注:有些用Beeswax代替Business。

112. 好恶心! Sick!
E.g.  A:  Have you seen that movie “Friday the 13th”?  It’s so sick.

113. 小气鬼! Stingy bastard!
E.g. A: He didn’t even pay for my dinner! 
What a stingy bastard.What a miser!
E.g.  A:  He’s been wearing the same clothes since high  school. What a miser! Can’t he buy new clothes?
注:stingy bastard语气很刻薄,因为“bastard”已经近乎?#21482;?#20102;。Stingy  是形容词,小气,吝?#38393;?#24847; Miser是名词。

114. 我招了!  I admit…    E.g.  A: Yeah, you’re right. OK, I admit it!
注:本句用来当作争论失败得声明,或者用来表示道歉。

115. 别惹我!  Don’t bother me. 
E.g. A:  Ok, I’ll do whatever you want. But just don’t bother me anymore.
           Stop picking on me. 
E.g. A: Can you stop picking on me? 你能不能别再惹我?
注:Bother 意思是阻挠,困?#29275;?#25110;对某人唠叨。To pick on someone是指作弄人,找人麻烦。

116. 没什么。  Not much…         
E.g.  A: Hey! What’s up! 
        B: Not much…

117. 答对了。  Bingo! / You are right!
 
118. 改天吧!  Another time…  
E.g.  A: Let’s go out again tomorrow night.
B: Maybe another time…
I’ll take a rain check. 
E.g.  A: I’ll take you out to dinner.
        B: I can’t tonight, but I’ll take a rain check.
注:rain check本意来自比赛因下雨而取消,所发给观众下次入场得延期证明;或是商店再减价时段特价品卖完时,发给客人在有货时可以相同优惠购买该商品得证明。

119.   ?#20063;还埽?I don’t care!   
E.g. A:  But your rival has everyone’s  favor…
       B:  I don’t care! I’m going to beat him.  Just watch.
注:I don’t give a damn! =I don’t care. 但是更粗俗一些。

120. 别多嘴。 Enough! Shut up!

121. 耍大牌。 Poser! E.g. A: Who does she think she is? A movie star? What  a poser!

122. 何必呢?  What for? 
E.g.  A: I want to go back to school.
       B: What for? You already have a Ph D! Why are you doing that?  
E.g.  A: You have all the toys you  need. Why are you buying more? Why are you doing that?
注:依说话的语气,意思可能是刻薄的反讽,好奇的询问,或是冷漠不想搭理对方。

123.  书呆子。  Nerd.     
E.g.  A:  All he does is study. He never goes out. What a nerd!                    

124.  不错吧?  Look, not bad, huh?
E.g.  A: I’ve organized all this information for the presentation. Look, not bad, huh?

125.  真可怕! That’s terrible!

126.  别妄想!  You’re dreaming!  / In your dreams.      

127.  你真行! You’re so great!  / You ‘da bomb! / You are the bomb.  

128.  不难吃。 Tastes good. 

129. 真体贴!  So affectionate! E.g. A: Did you see the way she touches him? So affectionate!
注:另外一种口语用法是“lovey-duvvy?#20445;?#20294;是比较负面,含有受不了别人如此亲热的意思。

130. 得了吧!  Come on!

131. 末班车。  Just made it.    E.g. A:  I was the 150th prize-winner! Just made it for the championship!
注:本句得相反词就是名落孙山, “just missed it?#34180;?/P>

132. 猜猜看!  Guess!

133. 这简单!  It’s easy for me!

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134.不用担心!  Don’t be afraid.  / Don’t worry.

135.长话短说!  Make a long story short!

136. 少说废话!  Cut the crap! / Bullshit(粗俗些)

137.你懂什么? What do you know? / you don’t know the half of it!
注:后者批评对方对情况或事情的不了解,不清楚。

138.我尽力了!  I did the best I could.

139. 你疯了吗? Are you crazy? / Are you out of your mind?

140. 半斤八两。 Same difference! 

141. 这就怪啦! It doesn’t add up! / It doesn’t make any sense.
E.g.  A: I just bought milk yesterday… But we’re out of it today.  It doesn’t add up!

142. 知足常乐。  Easy to please.
注:相反的就是“hard to please?#20445;?#24456;难伺候)

143. 教坏小孩。  Bad influence (on the kids).
e.g.  A: I don’t want you to hang out with him anymore. He’s such a bad influence on the children.

144. 小气巴拉。 Scrooge!
E.g.  A:  What a scrooge! He didn’t even buy presents for them on  Christmas!
注:Scrooge这个字是从迪更斯的小说“小气财神”中的人物而来,也是圣诞?#35848;?#20013;的一个主要?#24039;?/P>

145. 不?#30701;?#20030;。  You just don’t appreciate it.
E.g.  A:  You don’t know when a good thing’s right in front of  you. You just don’t appreciate it.
 注:appreciate (欣赏), 相反词是“scorn(藐视)?#20445;癲isparage(贬抑)”

146. 在说一?#21361;?Say again? 
注:say again是口?#39134;希较?#32842;天时的用法。正式一点的像是“Pardon me? ” “Excuse me?”, 或是“Could you repeat that please?”, 会比较?#27427;?#35980;。

147. 你觉得呢?  What do you think? / What’s your opinion?(更正式些)
 
148. 岂有此理!  How did it come to this?
注?#21644;?#24120;是事情出乎意?#29616;?#22806;,而且多半是朝不好的方面发展。

149. 脸皮真厚!  What nerve!
 E.g.  A: How dare you talk back to your mother! What nerve!
注:本句是指人大胆、无礼的?#24418;?/P>

150. 你急什么?  What’s the rush?

151. 没完没了。  Will it never end?
Doesn’t he know when to stop?
注:will it never end? 就文法上应该是:Will it ever end? 这里用Never,是在强调语气懂得无奈。 Someone doesn’t know when to stop 意思是“有人就是不知道适可而止。”

152. 太过分了!  That’s too much!

153. 太夸张了!  That’s an exaggeration!

154. 死都不要(干)! Over my dead body!
注:这句的愿意是?#26263;任?#27515;了再说?#20445;?#29992;隐喻的方式表达说话者强烈的反对。

155. 真没想到。  I had no idea.

156. 我的妈呀!  Oh my god!

157. 赶时间吗? Are you in a hurry?
注:in a hurry亦可用rushed for time 或 pressed for time代替。

158. 常有的事。 Happens all the time.

159. 你真没用!  You are useless!

160. 真没水准! No class!
        
注:若以classy形容一个人,是指他对许多事物有高水准的品位,虽然“classy”多半是用来形容有钱人,但你对一些事有独到的品位,你也是classy噢。

161. 不一定啦! Not necessarily. (反义:definitely)

162. 别想骗我!  Don’t try to pull one over me! 
注:Over me是over my eyes, 意思是“蒙骗?#34180;?/P>

163. 想得没喔! In your dreams! (是指某?#24405;?#19981;可能发生)

164. 想都别想!  Don’t even think about it!
注:依上下文,这句话可表示威胁,?#32654;?#27700;或安慰得意思。

165. 怎么搞的?  What’s eating you?  形容对方看起来疲惫、沮丧、生气、不快乐?#21462;?BR> What happened?   ?#35805;?#20154;常用的句子。

166. 这也难怪! No wonder!

167. 你很烦耶! You’re getting on my nerves! / You’re really annoying!

168. 原来如此。  So that’s how it is!
注:依上下文或语调,说这句话时可以一本正经的说,也可以是“原来如此啊!”带着讽刺的语气说。

169. 没日没夜。  Day and night。
 
170. 一?#27833;?#20161;。  Friend or foe…
E.g. A: Whether you’re a friend or foe, I won’t treat you any different.
注:foe的意思是敌人, 同“enemy?#20445;?#34429;然enemy较常见,但这里是要强调两个字一样都是f开头,所以用Foe。

171. 表里不一。  Thinks one way, but acts another.
 E.g.  A: She’s so hypocritical. She thinks one way but acts another.
注:用这句形容一个人很虚?#20445;?#35828;的一套,做的又是一套。

172. 正是时候。 It’s about time!

173. 真是经典!  It’s a classic!

174. 多此一举!  There’s no need! (最常用同义词:Don’t worry about it.)

175. 真是够了!  That’s enough! (说enough时加重语气,?#26376;?#19981;耐烦的意思)

176. 骗你的啦! I’m joking. / I’m kidding. / I’m (just) pulling your  chain.
     
177. 你有病啊?!   You’re sick!

178. 别害羞嘛!  Don’t be shy!

179. 勿失良机。  Don’t pass up a golden opportunity.
注:简短一点可以说:“Don’t pass it up!” 或 “Don’t pass this up!”.

180. 两全其美。 Everyone wins. / Good for both sides.
 注:这两句情况有些不同,“everyone wins”愿意是“每个人?#21152;!?#22240;此,所指的对象可以不只是两个而已;“Good for both sides。?#26412;?#29305;别针对只有两个对象的情况。

181. 一举两得。 Shooting two birds with one stone. / Get two birds with one  stone.

182. 心照不宣。  Mutual understanding. 
  注:本句与“tacit agreement?#20445;?#40664;契)意思一样。

183. 自相残?#34180;?nbsp; At each other’s throats. / Killing each other.

184. 好事成双。  Good things come in pairs.

185. 别惹麻?#24120;?nbsp; Don’t make trouble. / Stay out of trouble!

186. 搬弄是非! What a gossip!

187. 算你厉害。  You win.(通常带有认输的语气)

188. 不见不散。  I’m not leaving until I see you. / Be there be square.

189. 行行好嘛!   Have a heart!

190. 没这回事!   No such thing.

191. 安静一点! Be quiet.

192. 那又怎样?  So what? (本句通常带有挑?#39057;?#35821;气)

193. 有话快说。 If you have something to say…say it!

194. 拐弯抹角。  Beat about the bush.

195. 慢吞吞的! Slow as molasses.
注:molasses,原指精化糖的过程中所得到的黑色糖液。本句有点过时,但仍可使用。

196. 很好玩的。  Super fun。

197. 祝你好运! Good luck!

198. 口是心非。 You say it, but you don’t mean it. (可以只说: You don’t mean it.)

199. 乱七八糟。  What a mess!

200. 替天行道。 Carry out God’s will.

201. 下次再聊。 Talk about it next time.

202. 我好[怕喔! I’m so scared!

203. 别搞砸了!  Don’t blow it.
注:本句用来提醒别人别把事情弄糟了,语气通常是轻松的,又是也因为要警告对方而语气严肃。

204. 好久不见。 Long time no see!

205. 这样也好。 I guess so.

206. 自找麻烦。  Looking for trouble.

207. 自讨苦吃。  You’re asking for it. / Asking for it。

208. 不够看啦! ?#35805;?#33324;啦! So-so.

209. 别来无恙?  How’ve you been?

210. 有什么好? What’s good about it?
注:句中的good改为so good,意思就变成了“一点都不好?#34180;?/P>

211.  社会败类。  Scum of society. (表示很强烈的谴责,通常指无赖、罪犯及下流人物)

212. 我在忙啦! I’m busy! (依?#19981;?#30340;口气,话中有不耐烦或忽视对方的意味)

213. 放你一马。  Off the hook.  / Lucky this time. / Saved by the bell.
E.g.  1) A: You are so lucky the teacher let you off the hook this time.
2) A: You’re lucky this time. Next time it won’t be easy.
3) A: Why haven’t you finished your work?
  B: Well, I’ve been working on…(Bell rings)
  A: Saved by the bell.
注:off the hook 本意是鱼脱?#24120;?#24341;申为逃过一劫。Saved by the bell常见于学生因下课铃声及时响起,而逃过答不出问题的窘?#24120;?#25110;在拳击比赛中,被打得快输了,但因中场铃声及时响起而得以撑到下一场。

214. 歪打正着。 Hit the jackpot. (俚语,表示非常?#20197;?#25110;成功)
     
215. 别搞错了.  Don’t take it the wrong way. (本意是“不要错估?#38382;啤?#25110;不要因误会我说的的话而生气?#34180;#?/P>

216. 别管闲事! Stop bossing me around!
注:它的形容词bossy。在不需要帮忙时,硬要帮忙出点子、下命令,就会被说是“You are so bossy?#34180;?/P>

217. 求之不得。  Want it badly.  
I wouldn’t miss it for the world. 
注:前者是指想要某物而不惜任何代价,前后句接得通常是I would give anything, my arms, my legs…”?#21462;?而I wouldn’t miss it for the world是指“ 我一定会去”或“我一定会参加?#34180;?/P>

218. 想开点吧!  Take it easy. / Don’t take it so hard.
注:Don’t take it so hard 是安慰别人的话,要人家“不要把事情想得那样糟?#20445;?#25110;者是“不要让它困扰你。”

219. 不如这样……   What about…

220. 有口难言。  I can’t say… (指是知道答案,但为了某种原因而不能讲出来。)

221. 你还顶嘴! Talk back. (指回答的态度或方式很不礼貌)

222. ?#20063;?#34892;了。  I’m done.
注:在以?#24405;?#31181;情况可以用I’m done来表达: ①感?#25945;?#32047;,不耐烦而不想做某事。② 吃太饱而不想再吃。 ③ 完成某件工作。另外,也可以用“I’m finished. ”来代替,意思一样。

223. 我就知道!  I knew it! (表示事情打一开?#22025;?#23601;知道是怎么会事了)

224. 看得出来。  You can tell.
E.g.  A: You gained weight, didn’t you? You can tell.

225. 来得及吗?  Is it too late?  (指是否还有足够得时间)
  Can we make it?  (指我们可否及时完成或我们可否及时赶到)

226.不买可惜。  Hard to pass up. 
E.g.  A:  Clothes on sale are hard to pass up.
注:Pass up放弃、拒绝,也就是 turn down的意思。

227.快去快回!  Hurry back!

228.你说了算。  Up to you. 
You’re the Boss. Anything you say.

229.放松一下!   Relax! 

230.习惯就好!  It’s fine once you get used to it. / You’ll be fine.

231. 自作自受!  Serves you right! / You get what you deserve.

232. 我急着要。   I need it badly.

233. 说话算话!  You can’t take it back!

234. 笨蛋一个!  Idiot!

235. 真没礼貌!  How rude!

236. 你还嘴硬!  Don’t be so stubborn! 
e.g.  A:  I can do it! Let me try again!
       B:  You’re injured! Don’t be so stubborn.

237. 借看一下。  Let me take a look-see. (俚语用法)
 Give me a look.  (比较正式一点)

238. 可想而知。  Goes without saying.
注:本句是比较正式的说法,?#35805;?#24180;轻人口语上常以“Duh!”表示相同的意思,不过语气比较酸,隐含“这件事谁都知道,你还以为?#20063;?#26195;得啊?”的味道。

239. 气死我了! Makes me so mad! 
Piss me off!     (比较粗俗)

240. ?#36947;刺?#21548;。  Let’s hear it.
 
241. 天要亡我! I’ve got no place to go. 
  I’ve come to a dead end.
注:以上两句都隐含绝望的语气,其中“no place to go”还带有请求别人帮忙的意思,而“I’ve come to a dead end.”则特别用来形容经过一番努力却仍然失败的情形。

242.顺其自然。  Go with the flow.
 注:俚语,Flow原意是水流,这里用来指就像水会自然流动,事情也会自然解决。

242. 经济实惠。  Get your money’s worth.

243. ?#36947;?#35805;长。  It’s a long story. (意味着情况过于复杂,难以细说?#32622;?

244. 无怨无悔。 ( I have ) No regrets.

245. 买一送一。  Buy one get one free. 

246. 打个折吧!   Give me a discount! (Can I get a discount?)

247. 血债血还。 An eye for an eye. (语出圣经,原话是:An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.

248. 不知羞耻!  Shame on you!

249. 你省省吧! Save it!

250. 看缘分吧! Leave it up to fate(destiny). 
注:再美国只是?#32423;?#22312;戏剧性的场合用到这些字,可说是过时的字眼。

251. 我支持你! I’ll back you up.

252. 马马虎虎。 So-so.

253. 真是有缘。  It’s destiny (fate).

254. 再接再历。 Work harder.

255. 白忙一场。 In vain.
e.g.  I did it all in vain. 指事情结果令人大失所望,语气多是难过,失望或生气的。

256. 出师不利。  Get off on the wrong foot.
注:本句表示一开始就遇到了麻?#24120;?#36208;错方向或做出错误的决定,与“get up on the wrong side of the bed.” 意思不同,后者是“心情不好、烦躁”的意思。

257. 你出卖我! You betrayed me! 
注:这是对人的?#29616;?#25351;责,?#35805;?#22312;日常生活中较少有这句话的情形出现。另外,“You traitor!?#20445;?#20320;这叛徒),意思与本句相同。

258. 一言为定! It’s a deal!
注:这句话很常见,只要是达?#23578;?#35758;或?#24425;叮?#19981;管是商业上成交了某种交易,或是和朋友讲定了某件事情,都可用“It’s a deal!”表示

259. 快一点啦! Hurry up!

260. ?#20063;?#22312;乎! I don’t care.

261. 真是遗憾。  What a shame (pity)!  Or That’s too bad.

 

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