Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Phoebe"

The meaning of "Phoebe" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Phoebe: It's Lafite. “The '74 Latour is actually drinking quite nicely.”

What does the quoted part mean? mean?
A: It could be discussing wine. Talking about wine by listing the year it was made, with the name, is common. The rest of the sentence isn't a very common way to say it, but I think she's using a fancy way of saying that 'this wine is a nice experience to drink'. Using a fancy phrasing to make herself sound more experienced and sophisticated, like drinking fancy wine is something she does all the time.
Q: What does "Phoebe unfolded herself from the car." mean?
A: It means she got out of the car. Unfolded was used to indicate there was not much space in the car and she was was sitting ”folded”.
Q: What does Phoebe and Max are fraternal twins mean?
A: Phoebe and Max sont jumeaux, mais ils ne ressemblent pas. Phoebe est une fille and Max est un garçon.

Translations of "Phoebe"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Phoebe a décidé de devenir super-héro.
A: Phoebe decided to become a superhero.

Other questions about "Phoebe"

Q: Phoebe, she thinks you're a weakling, like, big time sucker for love. What does "big time" here mean? Is it an adjective here?
A: Yeah, it describes sucker. Sometimes we say "big" for emphasis. Here the speaker is trying to say Phoebe is worse than a normal sucker.
Q: Phoebe : If I were omnipotent for a day, I would want world peace, no more hunger, good things for rainforest and bigger boobs.

Ross : Well. see... you took mine.

What does "you took mine" mean??

does that mean "you stole mine"??
A: Then it means what Ross trying to says that Phoebe speak out what is orginaily Ross's idea. It's just a joke. Phoebe states one idea and Ross says that's my idea. It's just as simple as that. Not stole.
Q: Phoebe: What happened?

Joey: Well maybe I got a little upset and maybe I told them where they could go.

Rachel: Joey, why would you do that?

What does "where they could go" mean here?
A: He's trying not to repeat what he actually said to them which was probably the profanity "go to hell".
Q: How do you feel when heard "Phoebe"?
Please think about it, give me a reply☺️
A: I think about Phoebe from friends

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