- 美 [læf]
- 1.the sound that you make when you laugh
- 1.to make the noise with your voice that shows you think something is funny
- 2.to show that you think someone or something is stupid or deserves no respect
His fellow classmates laughed at his claustrophobia and often threatened to lock him in his room.
He had a broad face, and a round little belly, that shook when he laughed, like a bowl full of jelly.
She laughed and made fun of me. I was fine with that, until I fell off the bed and couldn't move.
She laughed as she saw Nate trying to cover the long, kicking legs of the baby calf.
He drank the creamy liquid. Immediately he began to inflate and rise like a balloon. The Giant laughed. He was dead again.
I laughed and thought she was joking, but she said she was dead serious, that she even got a measuring tape to measure it!
My dad laughed and replied, "No, she's not. If you see her trying to get in the house, phone the police. "
The Major heaved his shoulders, and his cheeks, and laughed more like an over-fed Mephistopheles than ever, as he said the words.
He looked at the piece of paper, and there was no word on it. He looked at the dog, and laughed.
Wives in the audience laughed and clapped, especially when one man got down on his knees to offer his wife a bouquet.
The grasshopper laughed at the little ant and went on his way.
Senator McCain laughed along with the crowd as he said, "May I give the translation? "
So when you smile, the world love him, When he laughed, the world became afraid of him.
When she tried to joke that she was an "imported star" , but accidentally said "important star" the crew laughed at her vanity.
He laughed at his disciples when they took to simple living in imitation of him.
Grandpa threw back his head and laughed. Amusement danced in his eyes.
During the photo shoot, Joe laughed a lot, not knowing why. Joe admits that he loved his wife and a truly happy marriage.
Today, my boss walked in and said something I didn't quite hear, but my co-worker chuckled so to be polite, I laughed with him.
Asked if his subcontractors used illegal labor, Mr. Zhang laughed and said, "You'd have to ask the subcontractors. "
Sir John did not much understand this reproof; but he laughed as heartily as if he did.