VIP Class Notes (Nemo)


Ham (n): 火腿, pig’s meat from the leg or shoulder, preserved with salt or smoke
E.g.: I’d like a ham sandwich on rye, hold the lettuce.
E.g.: Would you like another slice of ham?

jamon– 西班牙的火腿  pronounce it HAMON

bland (Adj): not having a strong taste or character or not showing any interest or energy
E.g.: I find chicken a little bland.
E.g.: Pop music these days is so bland.

jet-lagged (adj): tired and confused because you have made a long trip by plane from a place where the time is different:
E.g.: jet-lagged business executives
E.g.: I just felt too jet-lagged to go out.

jet lag (n): the feeling of tiredness and confusion that people experience after making a long journey by plane to a place where the time is different from the place they left
E.g.: Every time I fly to the States, I get really bad jet lag.

it was a tiring experience-那是一次累人的经历

connecting flight (n)-转机
E.g.: You will not miss your connecting flight, as we are on time.
E.g.: A connecting flight was cancelled.

layover (n): a short stay in a place that you make while you are on a longer journey to somewhere else
We had a four-hour layover in Chicago.

填报销-Fill in reimbursement

reimbursement (n): the act of paying back money to someone who has spent it for you or lost it because of you, or the amount that is paid back:
E.g.: She has received reimbursement for some of her costs.
E.g.: Employees can apply for reimbursement of travel expenses.

reimburse (v): 报销 to pay back money to someone who has spent it for you or lost it because of you:
E.g.: The airline reimbursed me for the amount they had overcharged me.
E.g.: She was reimbursed by the gas company for the damage to her house.

I’m paid for my overtime