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  • Louis, before you jump down my throat again...

throat [θroʊt]

n. 咽喉、颈前部、[植物学]管颈

vt. 用沙哑的声音或嗓音发音

  • Relax, Harvey, I'm not upset with you anymore. In fact, I even came to an agreement with Alex after he locked up Delta Securities.

  • Good.

  • What about you? Do you need my help with your lawsuit?

  • It's taken care of. Don't tell him I said this, but Mike jumped inside his phone booth and put on his Superman outfit.

phone booth


outfit [ˈaʊtˌfɪt]

n. 全套装备、一套服装、集体、组织

vt. 装备、配置设备、供给服装

vi. 得到装备

  • Oh, that's great. So I guess this means there's only one thing left for you to do.

  • Well, I'd say there's only one thing left for us to do.

  • You want me to go with you?

  • Your name's up on that wall, isn't it?