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laugh
[UK: lɑːf]
gelächter, lache, lachen
laugh at
[UK: lɑːf eit]
belachen, foppen, lächerlich machen, lustig machen, sich über jemanden lustig machen, über jemanden herziehen, verlachen, zum clown machen, zum narren haben, zum narren halten, zum narren machen
laugh at -
[UK: lɑːf eit]
zum gespött machen
laugh at a joke
[UK: lɑːf eit ə dʒouk]
über einen witz lachen
laugh at danger
[UK: lɑːf eit deindʒər]
gefahr belächeln, gefahr ins gesicht lachen
laugh at me
[UK: lɑːf eit m]
auf meine kosten lustig machen
laugh at my expense
[UK: lɑːf eit miː ikspens]
auf meine kosten lustig machen
laugh at my situation
[UK: lɑːf eit miː sitʃueiʃən]
auf meine kosten lustig machen
laugh at scornfully
[UK: lɑːf eit skɔːnfuliː]
verlachen, verlachen als
laugh at something
[UK: lɑːf eit səmiːθiŋ]
über etwas lachen
laugh away
[UK: lɑːf ɔːwei]
krampfhaft lächelnd
laugh in one's beard
[UK: lɑːf ɔːwei]
sich in den bart lachen
laugh in one's face
[UK: lɑːf ɔːwei]
einem ins gesicht lachen
laugh in one's sleeve
[UK: lɑːf ɔːwei]
sich eins in fäustchen lachen
laugh loudly
[UK: lɑːf laudliː]
glucksen, röhren
laugh off
[UK: lɑːf ɔf]
etwas mit einem lachen abtun
laugh oneself silly
[UK: lɑːf ɔf]
sich einen bruch lachen, sich kringelig lachen, sich kringeln vor lachen
laugh out loud
[UK: lɑːf aʊt laud]
hellauf lachen
laugh quietly
[UK: lɑːf kwaiətliː]
sich in den bart lachen
laugh secretly
[UK: lɑːf sekrətliː]
sich einen ins fäustchen lachen
laugh to scorn
[UK: lɑːf tou skɔːn]
aus verachtung lachen, verächtlich lachen
laugh uncontrollably
[UK: lɑːf ʌnkəntrouləbliː]
brüllen vor lachen, den bauch halten, den bauch halten vor lachen, in dröhnendes gelächter ausbrechen, schieflachen, sich eins lachen, sich krumm und schief lachen, sich krümmen vor lachen, sich kugelig lachen, sich schief lachen, sich vor lachen krümmen, vor lachen platzen
laugh uncontrollably at something
[UK: lɑːf ʌnkəntrouləbliː eit səmiːθiŋ]
krampfhaft lächelnd
laugh until one cries
[UK: lɑːf ʌntil wʌn kraiz]
tränen lachen
laugh up one's sleeve
[UK: lɑːf ʌntil wʌn kraiz]
sich einen ins fäustchen lachen
laughable
[UK: lɑːfəbl]
flachsig, lächerlich, lachhaft, ulkig
laughableness
[UK: lɑːfəblnəs]
lächerlichkeit
laughably
[UK: lɑːfəbliː]
lächerlich, lachhaft, ulkige
laughed
[UK: lɑːfd]
gelacht, lachte
laughed at
[UK: lɑːfd eit]
angelacht
laughed at him
[UK: lɑːfd eit him]
lachte über ihn
laughed at his expense
[UK: lɑːfd eit haiz ikspens]
lachte über ihn
laughed heartily
[UK: lɑːfd hɑːtiliː]
bog sich vor lachen, herzhaft gelacht, schüttete sich vor lachen aus
laughed hysterically
[UK: lɑːfd histerikɑːliː]
lachte hysterisch, vor lachen geplatzt
laughed uncontrollably
[UK: lɑːfd ʌnkəntrouləbliː]
lachte hysterisch, zu tode gekitzelt
laughed uproariously
[UK: lɑːfd ʌprɔːriəzliː]
vor lachen geplatzt
laughed very hard
[UK: lɑːfd veriː hɑːd]
bog sich vor lachen, herzhaft gelacht, lachte hysterisch, schüttete sich vor lachen aus
laugher
[UK: lɔːgər]
lacher
laughing
[UK: lɑːfiŋ]
gelächter, lachen, lachend
laughing fit
[UK: lɑːfiŋ fit]
have a lachanfall, lachanfall , lachkrampf
laughing gas
[UK: lɑːfiŋ gəz]
lachgas
laughing hysterically
[UK: lɑːfiŋ histerikɑːliː]
ist vor lachen geplatzt
laughing uncontrollably
[UK: lɑːfiŋ ʌnkəntrouləbliː]
ist vor lachen geplatzt
laughingly
[UK: lɑːfiŋgliː]
kichernd, lachend, lachende
laughs
[UK: lɑːfs]
lacht
laughs at
[UK: lɑːfs eit]
verlacht
laughs loudest
[UK: lɑːfs laudist]
lacht am besten
laughter
[UK: lɑːftər]
gelächter, jux, lachen
laughter and happiness
[UK: lɑːftər ænd hæpinəs]
glückliches lachen
laughter lines
[UK: lɑːftər lainiːsiːdɔil]
lachfältchen
cause someone to laugh
[UK: kɔːz sʌmwʌn tou lɑːf]
jemanden zum lachen bringen
cause to laugh
[UK: kɔːz tou lɑːf]
amüsieren, belustigen
don't make me laugh
[UK: kɔːz tou lɑːf]
dass ich nicht lache
forced laugh
[UK: fɔːst lɑːf]
gezwungenes lachen
girlish laugh
[UK: gəːliʃ lɑːf]
gekicher
have the last laugh
[UK: gəːliʃ lɑːf]
wer zuletzt lacht
hearty laugh
[UK: hɑːtiː lɑːf]
befreiendes lachen
horselaugh
[UK: hɑːtiː lɑːf]
dreckige lache
loud laugh
[UK: laud lɑːf]
breites lachen, dreckige lache, wieherndes gelächter
make someone laugh
[UK: meik sʌmwʌn lɑːf]
zum lachen bringen
making someone laugh
[UK: meikiŋ sʌmwʌn lɑːf]
jemanden zum lachen bringen
silly high-pitched laugh
[UK: meikiŋ sʌmwʌn lɑːf]
gekicher
strained laugh
[UK: streind lɑːf]
gezwungenes lachen
to laugh
[UK: tou lɑːf]
auslachen, lachen
tried hard not to laugh
[UK: traid hɑːd nout tou lɑːf]
erstickte sein lachen, unterdrückte sein lachen
unnatural laugh
[UK: ʌnnætʃrəl lɑːf]
gezwungenes lachen
a broad laughter
[UK: ə brɔːd lɑːftər]
schallendes gelächter
a lot of laughter
[UK: ə lɔt ɔf lɑːftər]
viel gelächter
animal for slaughter
[UK: æniməl fər slɔːtər]
schlachttier
awful slaughter
[UK: ɔːfəl slɔːtər]
fürchterliches gemetzel, schreckliches blutbad
became the laughingstock
[UK: ɔːfəl slɔːtər]
wurde zum gespött
bodies of slaughtered victims
[UK: bɔdiz ɔf slɔːtəd viktaimz]
blutbadopfer
burst his sides with laughing
[UK: bəːst haiz saidʃou wið lɑːfiŋ]
in lachen ausbrechen
burst into laughter
[UK: bəːst intə lɑːftər]
auflachen, in dröhnendes gelächter ausbrechen, in gelächter ausbrechen, vor lachen platzen
burst into loud laughter
[UK: bəːst intə laud lɑːftər]
breit lachen, fett lachen, schallend lachen
burst of laughter
[UK: bəːst ɔf lɑːftər]
lachanfall, lachausbruch, lachsalve, schallendes lachen
burst one's sides with laughing
[UK: bəːst ɔf lɑːftər]
in dröhnendes gelächter ausbrechen, sich eins lachen, sich krumm und schief lachen, sich kugelig lachen, sich schief lachen, sich vor lachen krümmen, vor lachen platzen
burst out laughing
[UK: bəːst aʊt lɑːfiŋ]
lachte hysterisch
burst with laughter
[UK: bəːst wið lɑːftər]
brüllen vor lachen, den bauch halten

Example Sentences Including 'laugh'

Stand up comic Ross Noble has spent the last 18 years making people laugh with his random jokes and dry wit.

Laugh It Off is a 1940 British musical comedy film directed by John Baxter and Wallace Orton and starring Tommy Trinder, Jean Colin, Anthony Hulme and Marjorie Browne.

But four decades on, Bobby Crush is still doing his thing, and will soon be seen on our screens in Last Laugh in Vegas.

Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain is a 2011 stand-up comedy documentary film, starring comedian Kevin Hart.

Intastella were an alternative rock band from Manchester who evolved from the earlier band Laugh.

The former footballer spent quality with the little one, who was born in December, and made her laugh for an adorable Instagram picture.

The Manchester City star, 23, was having a laugh with the 24-year-old YouTube sensation when his pal grabbed his phone to text the sprint king.

Laugh Out Loud is a weekly comedy gag show that aired Saturday nights on ABS-CBN hosted by Luis Manzano who is well known for his character as Roldan in Komiks Presents: Flash Bomba.

But four decades on Bobby Crush is still doing his thing, and will soon be seen on our screens in Last Laugh in Vegas.

Look Back and Laugh was a San Francisco Bay Area 80's style hardcore punk band featuring members from many notable Bay Area bands, named after a song title by Minor Threat.

Soap bosses had the last laugh as they shared a trailer for a fake Corrie sitcom spin-off called Victoria Street.

The term ridiculous is that which is highly incongruous or inferior, sometimes deliberately so to make people laugh or get their attention, and sometimes unintended so as to be considered laughable and earn or provoke ridicule and derision.

Laugh at the Bank is an annual weekend comedy festival founded in 2009 by Féile an Phobail in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Laugh and Get Rich is a 1931 pre-Code American comedy film, directed by Gregory La Cava, from a screenplay he also wrote with contributions from Douglas MacLean, who also was the associate producer, and Ralph Spence.

The singer and actress, 25, seemed to laugh along with the host of hilarious memes and comments her odd appearance generated in an Instagram post.

Laugh It Up, Fuzzball: The Family Guy Trilogy consists of three episode specials of the American animated sitcom Family Guy.

Look Up and Laugh is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Basil Dean and starring Gracie Fields, Alfred Drayton and Douglas Wakefield.

Laugh Out Lord is a 2002 album by alternative comedian Neil Hamburger.

The yobs laugh hysterically as the pursuing squad car stops behind them after leading them on a reckless race through Dudley, West Mids yesterday.

Laugh a Little Louder Please is the third episode of the fifth and final series of the period drama Upstairs, Downstairs.





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