Can I get you something?
Uh, no. I'm supposed to meet somebody here.
You want something while you wait?
These just came out of the Oven.
I can tell.
I should have skipped the perfume
and just worn one of those. What are they?
These are vanilla custard and those are just butter.
Nothing is just butter.
I'll take a decaf, please.
Is Emily here?
Uh, not at the moment, no.
Everyone abandoned me.
I'm not usually out here.
Emily's a sweet girl. How do you know her?
She's my daughter's best friend.
Oh, cool. Okay. Yeah, she'll be back soon.
That's too bad.
I was hoping not to have a first date in front of her.
Ah. Ooh, yeah. Those are never fun.
It's basically a job interview, without the forms.
There were forms.
Well, with any luck,
he's not out of prison just for the night.
Thank you, 'cause I wasn't really nervous before.
Everyone abandoned me.大家都不要我了
“离弃”“遗弃”解时宾语为人,其后常接介词短语to sth；作“放弃”“舍弃”解时宾语为物,其后常接介词短语to sb/sth。
2.abandon oneself to常用于正式文体中,意思是“陷于某种情感或状态中”,介词to之后一般接表示某种感情或欲望的词作宾语。
1.abandon for (v.+prep.) :放弃〔停止〕…而从事〔进行〕
She abandoned law for the fine arts.
In his early days he abandoned medicine for literature.
2.abandon to (v.+prep.) 使全然陷入
We won't abandon her to the mercy of the criminal.
They abandoned the city to the conqueror.
3.with〔in〕 abandon :尽情地; 放纵地
The child cried with abandon.
The kids were splashing paint with abandon.
Uh, no. I'm supposed to meet somebody here.不了，我约了人
I suppose (that) he is about forty.
Suppose he is absent, what shall we do?
Supposing he is absent, what shall we do?
Suppose you come to my house tomorrow morning, and I will show you all my books.