The couple arrived at the resort. They move into the room.
Wife sees the mouse and starts yelling, "Ah-ah-ah-ah! Mouse! Contact reception, you better know English, and I - full zero."
Husband calls (in English):
- Do you know "Tom and Jerry"?
- Yes, I do.
- So... Jerry is here.
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adv. take aback surprise, disconcert. [old english: related to *a2]
naut. —adv. In the stern half of a ship. —prep. Nearer the stern than. [from *a2, -baft: see *aft]
v. (-sing) (also refl.) Humiliate, degrade. abasement n. [french: related to *ad-, *base2]
v. (-ting) make or become less strong etc.; diminish. abatement n. [french abatre from latin batt(u)o beat]
n. (pl. -s) 1 building(s) occupied by a community of monks or nuns.
- the community itself. - building that was once an abbey. ABBOT
n. Head of a community of monks. [old english from latin abbas]
adv. At right angles to a ship's or an aircraft's length.
v. (-rr-) detest; regard with disgust. [latin: related to *horror
v. (-ding; past abided or rarely abode) 1 (usu. In neg.) Tolerate, endure (can't abide him).
- (foll. By by) a act in accordance with (abide by the rules). B keep (a promise). - archaic remain, continue. [old english a- intensive prefix, *bide] ABODE
n. Dwelling-place. [related to *abide]
- see *abide.
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