22. I look forward to it, sir.

Я с нетерпением жду этого.

Vocabulary 22

apart [ə’pɑːt] на части, на куски
appropriation [əˌprəuprɪ’eɪʃ(ə)n] ассигнование
bastard [‘bɑːstəd] ублюдок, подонок
bury [‘berɪ] похоронить, предать забвению


committee [kə’mɪtɪ] комитет, комиссия
contract [‘kɔntrækt] контракт, договор,
crazy [‘kreɪzɪ] помешанный
delicious [dɪ’lɪʃəs] восхитительный, очень вкусный
destroyer [dɪ’strɔɪə] эскадренный миноносец, эсминец
doubt [daut] сомневаться, быть неуверенным (в чём-л.)
enjoy [ɪn’ʤɔɪ ], [en-] любить (что-л.) , получать удовольствие (от чего-л.)
forward [‘fɔːwəd] направленный вперёд, по ходу движения
franchise [‘frænʧaɪz] право голоса,
guess [ges] полагать, считать
join [ʤɔɪn] присоединяться (к кому-л.)
ketchup [‘keʧʌp] кетчуп (острый томатный соус)
loyalty [‘lɔɪəltɪ] верность, преданность
matter [‘mætə] тема, вопрос, предмет обсуждения
pass [pɑːs] уход из жизни, смерть
pocket [‘pɔkɪt] карман
politician [ˌpɔlɪ’tɪʃ(ə)n] политик; государственный деятель
proud [praud] испытывающий чувство гордости, удовлетворения
quite[kwaɪt] вполне, совершенно
remain [rɪ’meɪn] оставаться
share [ʃeə] акция; доля
stock [stɔk] акционерный капитал
sweet [swiːt] приятный, милый, добрый
tear [teə] рвать
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pass away – умереть
be crazy about – обожать, любить
watch out – берегись
look forward to – с нетерпением ожидать

Mr. MORSE: I met your father. What’s his name?
  ED: Carter.
Mr. M: Yeah. Carter. Carter Lewis. He’s not quite the bastard everybody says he is.
  ED: No, I have the franchise on that.
Mr. M: Does that make him proud?
  ED: I doubt it. It doesn’t really matter now. He passed away.
Mr. M: Oh, I hadn’t heard. I’m sorry.
VIV: I’m sorry too.
  ED: Mr. Morse, you asked for this meeting. What can I do for you?
Mr. M: Leave my company alone.
  ED: I can’t do that. I own ten million shares.
Mr. M: I’ll buy your stock back.
  ED: You don’t have the money.
DAV: We will; we’re getting a contract to build ten destroyers.
  ED: There will be no contract. The contract is now buried in Appropriations Committee. And it will remain there.
DAV: And how the hell did you pull something like that? You got dirty politicians in your pockets now or something?
Mr. M: Easy, easy, calm down. Calm down, David. Mr. Lewis plays hardball.
  ED: Yes, yes, I do.

DAV: I’ve heard enough of this. Vivian, it was a great pleasure to meet you. I’m sorry, Grandfather. I’ve gotta get some air. Mr. Lewis.
Mr. M: I’d better join my grandson. You two enjoy your dinner. I’m sure it’ll be delicious. Good luck, miss. Watch out, Lewis. I’m gonna tear you apart.
  ED: I look forward to it, sir. Rich people throw their napkins a lot, don’t they?
VIV: He seems like a nice man.
  ED: I guess $3,000 does not buy loyalty, does it?
VIV: I just mean it’s sweet the way he’s crazy about his grandson.
  ED: Oh, his grandson thinks he’s a relic. He hates that he does, but he does. No, just the two.
WAITER: Yes, sir.
  ED: It’s ketchup.
WAITER: Yes, sir.
  ED: Check, please.
WAITER: Yes, sir.
VIV: Haven’t they ever seen ketchup before?
  ED: Not in this building.

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