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Translation of "laugh" - English-Turkish dictionary

laugh

noun [C]     /lɑːf/
B1 the act or sound of laughing gülme, kahkaha a loud/nervous laugh At the time, I was embarrassed, but I had a good laugh (= laughed a lot) about it later.Laughing and smiling
be a (good) laugh UK informal
to be funny matrak/komik olmak, gülünç olmak You'd like David - he's a good laugh.Humour and humorous
for a laugh informal
If you do something for a laugh, you do it because you think it will be funny. komiklik/espri/şaka olsun diye; eğlenmek için Just for a laugh, I pretended that I'd forgotten it was his birthday.Laughing and smiling
Translations of “laugh”
in Korean 웃음…
in Arabic ضَحِك…
in Portuguese risada…
in Catalan riure…
in Japanese 笑い(声)…
in Italian risata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 笑, 笑聲, 令人愉快的活動,好玩的活動…
in Russian смех…
in Chinese (Simplified) 笑, 笑声, 令人愉快的活动,好玩的活动…
in Polish śmiech…
(Definition of laugh noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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