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snigger

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈsnɪɡ.ər/ US  // ( US also snicker)
to laugh at someone or something in a silly and often unkind way
暗笑,竊笑
They spent half the time sniggering at the clothes people were wearing.
他們有一半時間都在偷偷取笑人們穿的衣服。
What are you two sniggering at/about?
你們兩個在偷笑甚麽?
Laughing and smiling
snigger
 
 
noun [C]
We were having a snigger at the bride who was rather large and dressed in a tight pale pink dress.
我們在偷笑新娘子,因爲她身材肥胖,卻穿了一件淡粉色緊身禮服。
Laughing and smiling
(Definition of snigger from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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