You must be the young man who's been waiting to see me.
Son of the great Joseph Roulin,
giant of the South with Dostoevsky's soul.
That's what Vincent called your father.
He told me all about him.
Yes, and your mother,
whose lullaby could sooth even the souls of Icelandic fisherman.
Come now, Armand of the Roulin clan, take a seat,
来吧 鲁兰家的阿曼德公子 请坐
What'll you have, wine?
No, thank you.
I had my fill last night.
Ah, tea then.
I have just the recipe.
recipe for sth
a method or an idea that seems likely to have a particular result
His plans are a recipe for disaster.
What's her recipe for success?
your fill of sth
your fill of sb
as much of sth / sb as you are willing to accept
I've had my fill of entertaining for six week.
a place where you can sit, for example a chair
She sat back in her seat.
He put his shopping on the seat behind him.
Please take a seat (= sit down).
Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats (= sit down).