Wednesday, December 14, 2011

MV: Twilight Saga - Eclipse - 2010

Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob -- knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.

From what I've tasted of desire, I hold with those who favor fire.
  • desire = a strong feeling of wanting to have or to do something
  • to favor = to support an idea and believe that it is better than other ideas that have been suggested
But if I had to perish twice...
  • to perish = to die, usually because of an illness or something that happens suddenly
And would suffice.
  • to suffice = to be enough
I gotta focus.
  • gotta = “have got to”
  • focus = concentrate, think about only what someone is doing
It's called a compromise.
  • compromise = a way of solving a problem or ending an argument in which both people or groups accept that they cannot have everything they want
It's just called coercion.
  • coercion = the use of force or threats to make someone do something
It's the way one says, 'I just got knocked up'.
  • knocked up = [slang] pregnant
Four o'clock on the dot.
  • on the dot = on time, exactly the time
That kid trying to brown nose me now or something?
  • to brown nose = to try very hard to please someone important or powerful, for example by agreeing with them all the time, in a way that annoys other people
I know, I put you through hell.
  • to put through hell = to make someone do or experience something difficult or unpleasant
But I have other reasons, for grounding you.
  • to ground [someone] = to punish a child or young person by stopping them from going to places that they enjoy
Yeah, I'm gathering that.
  • to gather = to believe that something is true, although no one has directly told you about it
You're going now to the reservation.
  • reservation = an area in the U.S. where Native Americans live in a separate community
Ya gotta embrace the clichés, Jess.
  • ya = [slang] you
  • to embrace = to accept and include something
  • cliché = a phrase or idea that is boring because people use it a lot and it is no longer original
They have the bread and butter of all valedictorians.
  • bread and butter = something that provides for the main subject
  • valedictorian = the student in a high school who has the best grades, and who usually makes a speech at a graduation ceremony
Speech is gonna be epic.
  • gonna = [slang] going to
  • epic = an epic fight or other activity is long and difficult
I decided to throw a party.
  • to throw a party = to have a party
I think that ship sailed long ago.
  • that ship sailed long ago = [idiom] something of the past and the present situation are different.
We've been tracking the situation in Seattle for a while.
  • tracking = to follow the development or progress of something
  • situation = the set of conditions that exist at a particular time in a particular place
If the situation gets anymore conspicuous, the Volturi will step in.
  • conspicuous = very noticeable or easy to see, especially because of being unusual or different
No, I'm just dropping her off.
  • to drop [someone/something] off = take someone to a place in a car, usually without getting out of the car yourself
Don't you just feel the vitamin D soaking up in your pores?
  • vitamin D = a vitamin found in fish and eggs that is important for bones and teeth. It is also produced by the action of sunlight on your skin.
  • pores = one of the very small holes in your skin that sweat can pass through
Are these all our old trip T-shirts?
  • old trip t-shirts = t-shirts bought while on vacation/holiday
I thought they'd make a good quilt.
  • quilt = a fairly thick cover for a bed, consisting of several layers of cloth sewn together, often with attractive patterns of cloth on the top layer
  • yep = yes
Maybe we can get a break from Jake's obsessive inner monologue.
  • to get a break = obtain a favorable opportunity; get special consideration or treatment.
  • obsessive = an emotional state in which someone or something is so important to you that you are always thinking about them, in a way that seems extreme to other people
  • inner monologue = talking to yourself
Sam keeps him home studying, but he's chomping at the bit.
  • to chomp at the bit = to be ready and anxious to do something
It's more than some crush, Bella. Sam imprinted on Emily.
  • crush = a feeling of love and admiration for someone, often someone you know you cannot have a relationship with
  • to imprint = to make something have a strong/permanent influence on someone/something
Someone's orchestrating this.
  • to orchestrate [something] = to plan and organize a complicated event or course of action so that it achieves the result you want
Edward hated the idea, but it wasn't about rivalry anymore.
  • rivalry = a situation in which people, teams, businesses, etc. compete with one another
It wasn't exactly an easy alliance.
  • alliance = a group of people, organizations, or countries who have united to work together to achieve something
I really hate being a party crasher.
  • party crasher = is someone that invites themselves to a party they are not invited to
Paul's been hovering the grub.
  • to hover = to stay somewhere because you are waiting for something to happen
  • grub = food
Police are baffled by the escalating murders and disappearances.
  • baffled = cannot understand something or solve it
  • escalating = to become much worse or more serious, or to make something do this
Let's take it down a notch. Alright?
  • to take it down a notch = be less emotional/angry/argumentative/etc
Go blather to someone else about the joys of becoming a newborn.
  • to blather = to talk for a long time about something that is boring or not important
Royce King was the most eligible bachelor in town.
  • eligible bachelor = one who many women want to marry because he is rich and attractive.
I barely knew him.
  • barely = used for emphasizing how small an amount is
I told you she was a looker.
  • “a looker” = [slang] good looking, beautiful
Was my right hook too subtle for you?
  • hook = a hit that a boxer (=someone who fights as a sport) makes with their arm bent
  • subtle = not obvious, and therefore difficult to notice
It was my job to dispose of them.
  • to dispose = to get rid of something that you no longer need or want
Your stench, however, is revolting.
  • stench = a very bad smell, especially of decay
  • revolting = extremely unpleasant
What he means, is that your scent will mask mine if you carry me.
  • to mask = to hide the smell, taste, or sound of something with a stronger smell or taste or a louder sound
Opted out.
  • to opt out = to decide not to take part in something or to stop taking part in it
Your alibi for the battle is all arranged.
  • alibi = can prove that they were somewhere else when a crime was committed and so can claim to be not guilty
And everyone says, once I'm changed......all I'm gonna want is to slaughter the whole town.
  • to slaughter = the violent killing of a large number of people
And if I met you back then, I would've courted to you.
  • to court [someone] = to have a romantic relationship with someone, especially someone that you get married to later
We'd have taken chaperoned strolls, or had iced tea on the porch.
  • to chaperon = in the past, an older woman who went with a young woman who was not married to a social event to make sure that she behaved well
  • stroll = to walk without hurrying, often for pleasure
So that we can feed, without their retaliation.
  • retaliation = the act of doing something harmful or unpleasant to someone because they have done something harmful or unpleasant to you
You're going overboard.
  • to go overboard = to do or say more than is reasonable or necessary
If this is all I can contribute, I want to be thorough.
  • to contribute = to be a part of a group or an activity and help it to be successful
The newborns will be frantic.
  • frantic = Wild or distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion
I just want him to have a clear head.
  • clear head = the ability to think quickly and calmly in a difficult situation
You'll need my connection to the pack, to keep tabs on what's going on.
  • to keep tabs on [something] = keep a record on or watch attentively
Seth will spell me in the morning.
  • to spell [someone] = to do someone’s work for a short time, so that they can rest
I can't sleep with all that teeth chattering going on.
  • chattering = if your teeth chatter, they knock together from fear or cold
That's an intriguing idea.
  • intriguing = very interesting, especially because of being strange or mysterious
He's checking to see if the woods are clear before he goes.
  • clear = empty
Yes. It's not often we're rendered unnecessary.
  • rendered = to make someone or something be or become something
Why'd he have to butt in?
  • to butt in = to join a conversation or activity without being asked to

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