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  • Beverley: So, Howard, have you and Rajesh finally summoned the courage to express your latent homosexual feelings toward one another?


v. 传唤( summon的过去式和过去分词 )、召唤、传讯(出庭)、鼓起(勇气)

homosexual [ˌhoʊməˈsekʃuəl]

n. 同性恋者

adj. 同性恋的

  • Howard: What? No.

  • Beverley: Why not?

  • Howard: Because we don’t have latent homosexual feelings toward one another.

latent [ˈletnt]

adj. 潜在的、潜伏的、休眠的、潜意识的

n. 指纹,指印

  • Beverley: I see.

  • Howard: No, really. I have a girlfriend now.

  • Beverley: And where is she this evening?

  • Howard: She had to go out of town. Her grandmother died.

  • Beverley: I see. Her grandmother died.

  • Howard: Honest to God. Leonard, tell her I have a girlfriend.

  • Leonard: I don’t know what you’re talking about.

  • Howard: What do you mean you don’t know what I’m talking about? Tell her I have a girlfriend!

  • Leonard: All right. He “has” a “girlfriend.”

  • Howard: Her name is Bernadette, she’s working as a waitress, but she’s going to school to be a microbiologist.

microbiologist [ˌmaɪkroʊbaɪˈɑlədʒɪst]


  • Beverley: Howard, keep in mind that the more passionately you stick to this construct, the more you’re hurting your partner.

keep in mind [kip ɪn maɪnd]


passionately [ˈpæʃənɪtlɪ]

adv. 热情地,激昂地

construct [kənˈstrʌkt]

vt. 修建,建造、构成、创立、[数]作图

n. 结构(物)、构想、概念

  • Howard: Do you really think your lips in my ear is helping?