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1. Everybody says I must be mad and they are probably right.
    大家都说我一定是疯了,他们也许说对了。

2. Economize in order to make one´s money spin out until next payday.
    节省花钱以维持到下一次发薪。

3. Everybody says I must be mad and they are probably right.
    大家都说我肯定是疯了,也许他们说的是对的。

4. Everything was fine until one day they found they had spent all their money.
    诸事顺心如意。可是有一天,他们发现钱已花光了。

5. Estimates are that he poured nearly £5 million of the stolen money into the village and gave jobs to 43 people.
    据估计他在该村投入了近500万英镑的赃款,提供了43个就业机会。

6. But if you are a serious private investor, leave the Las Vegas mentality to those with money to fritter.
    但是,如果你是一个认真的私人投资者,就把拉斯韦加斯的心态留给那些有钱可供挥霍的人。

7. But if we spend all that money we´ll be poor again.
    但是如果我们把所有钱都花光了,我们又会变穷的。

8. Before I reach the door, I think I hear a voice say, money. Before I open the door I hear a voice and turn to see the man with a gun.
    我同样也很生气,因为那是一个我从未见过、也从未伤害过的人在用枪指着我。

9. But no one made much money on the invention until a Canadian businessman decided to call it a "zipper (拉链)".
    但并没有人因此而发财。最后,一个加拿大商人决定给它起命为"拉链"。

10. But no one could have possibly guessed the truth — that the man with endless money and a friendly manner was not a lord at all but a government employee living out a fantasy that he was a Scottish noble and paying for it by stealing funds from Scotla
    可是谁也没有料到这个事实:这个财源滚滚、举止友好的人并非什么勋爵,而是一名政府公务员。他幻想自己是位苏格兰贵族,并从苏格兰场(即伦敦警察总署)盗用钱财来买这个贵族头衔。