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  1. laugh

    • IPA[laf]

    美式

    • v.
      make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of contempt or derision;ridicule; scorn
    • n.
      an act of laughing;something that causes laughter; a source of fun, amusement, or derision
    • noun: laugh, plural noun: laughs

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of contempt or derision:

      she couldn't help laughing at his jokes

      he laughed out loud

    • 2. ridicule; scorn:

      many people only laughed at these stories

    • 3. dismiss something embarrassing, unfortunate, or potentially serious by treating it in a lighthearted way or making a joke of it:

      he laughed off suggestions that the company was in trouble

    • 4. be in a fortunate or successful position:

      if next year's model is as successful, Ford will be laughing

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of laughing:

      she gave a loud, silly laugh

    • 2. something that causes laughter; a source of fun, amusement, or derision:

      she decided to play along with him for a laugh

      that's a laugh, the idea of you cooking a meal!

    • 3. a person who is good fun or amusing company:

      I like Peter—he's a good laugh

    • n. a gregarious songbird of the babbler family, of South and SE Asia, typically with dark grey or brown plumage and a boldly marked head, and a cackling call.

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    • n. non-technical term for nitrous oxide

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    • n. a person's mouth (typically used with reference to eating or drinking):

    • thanks for giving me the opportunity to get my laughing gear round some cracking beers

      wrap your laughing gear round the best bacon, sausage, and egg butty anywhere

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    • n. a person subjected to general mockery or ridicule:

    • she was the laughing stock of her class

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    • n. another term for spotted hyena

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    • n. nontechnical term for nitrous oxide

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    • n. a gregarious songbird of the babbler family, of South and Southeast Asia, typically with dark gray or brown plumage and a boldly marked head, and a cackling call.

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    • n. the laughing kookaburra.

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    • IPA[lɑːf]

    英式

    • v.
      make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of derision:
    • he rarely smiled or laughed

      she couldn't help laughing at his jokes

    • n.
      an act of laughing:
    • she gave a loud, silly laugh

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  2. 知識+

    • laugh at, laugh有不同的意思囉?

      laugh at 不及物動詞,意思是笑;嘲笑 ex: They laughed at their own failure. 他們對自己的失敗一笑置之...地笑了起來 The funny book had a laugh on every page.(指該詞只用單數形,通常與不定冠詞...

    • what makes you laugh?

      well i'll laugh when i watch a funny video clip emailed by my internet friend. i'll laugh when i... answer is the best answer of question on yahoo knowledge plus. i'll laugh when my boss say i'll get a salary raise. i'll laugh when one of my...

    • 我有英文laughed不會翻譯

      laughed 就是 laugh的過去式 意思是 笑 這樣沒有上下文 其實蠻難判斷是什麼意思的 如果是be動辭後加laughed 就是 被笑的意思 如果是主辭後面加laughed 應該就是笑的意思(過去時態)