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3 Harry: Is big Chris on his way? Barry: He should be here any minute. I think you are making a big mistake. That is a lot of money to be after. Harry: Who the fuck are you to question my judgment? What do you know about Big Chris, eh? Put Big Chris on a job and he will get it done no matter what gets in his way. His Dad used to collect debts, and his Dad before that. And that monster of a boy after he’s gone. It seems the Almighty himself requested them to collect debts for eternity and not to fear knocking on Old Nick’s door himself if he was behind on his payment. And he’s never nicked a nicker in his life. Straight as an arrow and strong as the bow that fired it. If you dropped a tenner, he’d search till he found you. There’s problem-he isn’t stable. Heaven protect anybody who touches that boy. Not that that boy needs protecting.

4 2.2. nick n. 1.A shallow notch, cut, or indentation on an edge or a surface, razor nicks on his chin eg: nicks in the table; 切口, 缺口, 刻痕 2. Chiefly British Slang A prison or police station : e.g. I spent last night in the cells at the nick tr.v. nicked, nick·ing, nicks 1. a.To cut a nick or notch in. b. To cut into and wound slightly eg: A sliver of glass nicked my hand. nick one’s chin when shaving 刮胡子将下巴割破 2. To cut short; check: nicked an impulse to flee. 3. (Slang) To cheat, especially by overcharging. 4. Chiefly British Slang a.To steal. e.g. I nicked a mercedes b. To arrest. e.g. He was nicked for stealing. nickers A nickname for a male named Nick. Nick is sometimes called Nickers by his friends

5 eternity n. 永恒 e.g. I want to be with you for etenity. ten·ner (t n r) n. 1. Informal A ten-dollar bill. 2. Chiefly British A ten-pound note

6 Soap: Well, what do you want us to do about it? Eddie: Hit the fuckers, I know it sounds a bit strong, but it is not as if we are doing anything illegal. Bacon: I dunno how you reached that conclusion. Eddie: Because they can’t report they’ve had their drugs and money nicked, can they? Tom: How heavy are these fellows? Eddie: Don’t look all that. Soap: Oh, Hitler didn’t look all that. Eddie: All right, but we are in the soup here and this is a silver spoon. And it’s not as if we got all the time in the world. Dig? Bacon: I’m game. Tom: Me too. Soap: Oh, God! Eddie: All right, we hit them as soon as they came back. We will be prepared waiting. And they are armed. Soap: What was that? Armed? What do you mean “armed”? Armed with what? Eddie: Bad breath, colorful language, feather duster. What do you think they’ll be armed with? Guns, you tit! Soap: You’ve never said anything about guns. A minute ago, it was the safest job in the world. Now it’s turning into a bad day in Bosnia. Eddie: Soap, stop being such a mincer. I’ve thought about that. And … Soap: And what, exactly ? Eddie: And all we have to do is to find who’s carrying ‘em. Soap: Carrying ‘em? They could all be carrying ‘em for what we know. Eddie: No. Only one of them carries ‘em going to the job, so I assume the same one will be carrying ‘em when they come back from the job. Soap: Oh, you assume, do ye? What do I say about assumption being the brother of all the fuck-ups? Tom: It’s the mother of all fuck-ups, stupid. Soap: Wow, brother, mother and other sucker. It doesn’t make any difference. They’re still fucking guns and they still fire fucking bullets. Eddie: Soap, if you have a better idea how to get 500,000 pounds in the next few days, let us know. In the mean time, Tom, you talk to Nick the bubble about shifting the weed. ;

7 Soap: Well, what do you want us to do about it? Eddie: Hit the fuckers, I know it sounds a bit strong, but it is not as if we are doing anything illegal. Bacon: I dunno how you reached that conclusion. Eddie: Because they can’t report they’ve had their drugs and money nicked, can they? Tom: How heavy are these fellows? Eddie: Don’t look all that. Soap: Oh, Hitler didn’t look all that. Eddie: All right, but we are in the soup here and this is a silver spoon. And it’s not as if we got all the time in the world. Dig? Bacon: I’m game. Tom: Me too. Soap: Oh, God! Fucker n. Vulgar Slang 1. A despised person. 2. One that engages in sexual intercourse

8 Eddie: All right, we hit them as soon as they came back. We will be prepared waiting. And they are armed. Soap: What was that? Armed? What do you mean “armed”? Armed with what? Eddie: Bad breath, colorful language, feather duster. What do you think they’ll be armed with? Guns, you tit! Soap: You’ve never said anything about guns. A minute ago, it was the safest job in the world. Now it’s turning into a bad day in Bosnia. Eddie: Soap, stop being such a mincer. I’ve thought about that. And … tit (Brit sl) a vulgar term of abuse, an extremely stupid person e.g. He’s a stupid little tit. mincer n. A man who is extremely camp. Not necessarily gay, but definitely exhibiting tendencies towards the feminine. Primarily slang used in England. e.g. Look at that bloke, he‘s a real mincer. 没种,娘娘腔

9 Stupid man Schmuck/ schmo Twat Cunt Prat Stupid sod Dozy bastard Dippy bastard Wanker

10 Soap: And what, exactly ? Eddie: And all we have to do is to find who’s carrying ‘em. Soap: Carrying ‘em? They could all be carrying ‘em for what we know. Eddie: No. Only one of them carries ‘em going to the job, so I assume the same one will be carrying ‘em when they come back from the job. Soap: Oh, you assume, do ye? What do I say about assumption being the brother of all the fuck-ups? Tom: It’s the mother of all fuck-ups, stupid. Soap: Wow, brother, mother and other sucker. It doesn’t make any difference. They’re still fucking guns and they still fire fucking bullets. Eddie: Soap, if you have a better idea how to get 500,000 pounds in the next few days, let us know. In the mean time, Tom, you talk to Nick the bubble about shifting the weed. fuck up mess up, screw up, failure, mistake e.g. You're a total fuck up sucker n.person who is easily deceived 容易受骗的人 e.g. Haha, you sucker! Suckers! They're all a bunch of suckers! weed = marijuana

11 Eddie: Don’t worry. We can manage this. Soap: What do you want me to do? Eddie: I don’t know, soap. Turn up and look mean. Soap: What do you mean, look mean? Eddie: You know, growl a bit. Look, just look as if you know what you’re doing. You can do that, can’t you? Soap: Well, I can do better than that. Have a look at these. Eddie: What are we supposed to do with these? Soap: Put them on your head, stupid. Eddie: Christ! Soap: If you think I’m going to turn up, clean-shaven and greet them with a grin, you’ve got another thing coming. These fellas are your neighours. I thought it might be a good idea to disguise ourselves a little. Eddie: Right.. Er, good thinking, Soap, well done. Soap: I brought weapons as well. Eddie: Weapons? What do you mean weapons? Soap: These. Eddie: Jesus! Let’s keep ‘em covered up. Couldn’t you get anything a bit bigger? Soap: What? Like that? What d’you think? Eddie: I think you need help. Bar steward, can we have a couple of drinks, please? Barman: Have you seen your Dad? Hatchet sent one of his men round. Eddie: Oh, shit, when? Crazy.

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16 mean a. nasty, vicious 刻毒, 邪恶的 e,g. A rattlesnake is a really mean creature. 响尾蛇, 凶 growl at sb 动物和雷作低沉的怒吼声 e.g. The dog growled at the intruder. The thunder growled in the distance. steward n. 轮船 / 飞机 / 火车上的服务员 e..g the baggage/ cabin/ deck steward 负责行李, 客舱,舱面的服务员

17 1. 似乎等到猴年马月警察才来 (eternity) 2. 他从朋友那偷了 $5 (nick) 3. 购买那些不值钱的股票的外行人 / 呆子 / 傻瓜 (sucker)

18 1. 似乎等到猴年马月警察才来 It seemed an eternity before the police arrived. 2. 他从朋友那偷了 $5 He nicked $5 from his friend 3. 购买那些不值钱的股票的外行人 / 呆子 / 傻瓜 the suckers who bought those worthless shares

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