By D. MacIver, M.C. MacKenzie
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HELENA. [Goes quickly up to VOITSKI] You must do your best; you must use all your power to get my husband and myself away from here to-day! Do you hear? I say, this very day! VOITSKI. [Wiping his face] Oh! Ah! Oh! All right! I--Helena, I saw everything! HELENA. [In great agitation] Do you hear me? I must leave here this very day! ] TELEGIN. I am not very well myself, your Excellency. I have been limping for two days, and my head-- Thesaurus agitation: (n) disturbance, excitement, limping: (n) lameness, gimp, dull, pale, blemished.
It is long since I have loved any one. SONIA. You love no one? ASTROFF. Not a soul. I only feel a sort of tenderness for your old nurse for old-times' sake. The peasants are all alike; they are stupid and live in dirt, and the educated people are hard to get along with. One gets tired of them. All our good friends are petty and shallow and see no farther than their own noses; in one word, they are dull. Those that have brains are hysterical, devoured with a mania for self-analysis. They whine, they hate, they pick faults everywhere with unhealthy sharpness.
Tattling: (n) betrayal, babble, state's evidence; (adj) blabbermouthed, not close; (v) talkative, futile, loquacious. trifles: (n) jests, nonsense, nugae, trivia. vexed: (adj) troubled, irritated, angry, pestered, peeved, harassed, sore, harried, uneasy, cross, offended. ANTONYMS: (adj) calm, uncomplicated. 28 Uncle Vanya HELENA. I am as it were benumbed when you speak to me of your love, and I don't know how to answer you. Forgive me, I have nothing to say to you. [She tries to go out] Good-night!
A Chinese-English dictionary: Hakka-dialect, as spoken in Kwang-tung province by D. MacIver, M.C. MacKenzie