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Translation of "laugh" - English-Spanish dictionary

laugh

verb /laːf/
to make sounds with the voice in showing happiness, amusement, scorn etc
reír
We laughed at the funny photographs Children were laughing in the garden as they played.
laughable adjective ridiculous or deserving scorn
rídiculo, irrisible
Her attempts at drawing were laughable.
amusing; comical.
cómico, divertido
laughably adverb
ridículamete, irrisoriamente
The safety checks were laughably superficial.
laughingly adverb as a joke
con risas
She suggested laughingly that he should try it himself.
laughter noun the act or sound of laughing
risa, carcajada
We could hear laughter / the sound of laughter from the next room.
laughing stock noun someone who is laughed at
hazmerreír
If I wear that silly hat, I’ll be a laughing stock.
laugh at phrasal verb to make it obvious that one regards something or someone as humorous, ridiculous, or deserving scorn
reírse de, mofarse de
Everyone will laugh at me if I wear that dress! The others laughed at his fears.
Translations of “laugh”
in Arabic يَضْحَك…
in Korean 웃다…
in Malaysian ketawa…
in French rire…
in Turkish gülmek…
in Italian ridere…
in Chinese (Traditional) (出聲地)笑,大笑…
in Russian смеяться…
in Polish śmiać się…
in Vietnamese cười…
in Portuguese rir…
in Thai หัวเราะ…
in German lachen…
in Catalan riure…
in Japanese (人)が笑う…
in Indonesian tertawa…
in Chinese (Simplified) (出声地)笑,大笑…
(Definition of laugh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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