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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and cox n. Two people sharing accommodation etc. In shifts. [names of characters in a play (1847)]
- camera n. Simple box-shaped camera. - girder n. Hollow girder square in cross-section. - junction n. Road area marked with a yellow grid, which a vehicle should enter only if its exit is clear. - number n. Number for replies to a private advertisement in a newspaper. - office n. Ticket-office at a theatre etc. - pleat n. Arrangement of parallel pleats folding in alternate directions. - spring n. Each of a set of vertical springs in a frame, e.g. In a mattress. - —n. - container, usu. Flat-sided and firm. - amount contained in a box. - compartment, e.g. In a theatre or lawcourt. - receptacle or kiosk for a special purpose (often in comb.: money box; telephone box). - facility at a newspaper office for receiving replies to an advertisement. - (prec. By the) colloq. Television. - enclosed area or space. - area of print enclosed by a border. - light shield for the genitals in cricket etc. 10 (prec. By the) football colloq. Penalty area. —v. - put in or provide with a box. - (foll. By in, up) confine. [latin buxis: related to *box3] - —v. - a take part in boxing. B fight (an opponent) at boxing. - slap (esp. A person's ears). —n. Hard slap, esp. On the ears. [origin unknown] - n. - small evergreen tree with dark green leaves. - its fine hard wood. [latin buxus, greek puxos]
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