Ways Of Laughing Laugh: to make sounds with your voice, usually when you are smiling, because you think something is funny. Belly laugh: a laugh that cannot be controlled. Giggle: to laugh repeatedly in a silly way because you are amused, embarrassed or nervous. snigger: to laugh unkindly and quietly, especially at something that is not meant to be funny. chuckle: to laugh quietly, especially because you are thinking about something funny. to roar/howl with laughter: to laugh very loudly because you think something is funny. be in hysterics: to laugh uncontrollably. crack up: to suddenly start laughing a lot. rin: to smile widely. beam: to smile with obvious pleasure. smirk: a smile that expresses satisfaction about having done something or knowing something that is not known by someone else. simper: to smile in a silly or annoying way. mock: to laugh at someone, often by copying them in a funny but unkind way. fall about laughing: to laugh without being able to stop. to crease somebody up: to make someone else laugh a lot. Ways of laughing: Idioms * A laughing stock: someone who does something very stupid which makes other people laugh at them. “ I can’t cycle around on that old thing!
I’ll be the laughing stock of the neighbourhood. ” * To not be a barrel of laughs: to not be enjoyable. ‘He’s a bit serious, isn’t he? ‘ ‘Yeah, not exactly a barrel of laughs. ‘ * To not be a bundle of laughs: to not be entertaining or enjoyable. ‘She’s not a bundle of laughs’. * Be laughing all the way to the bank : if someone is laughing all the way to the bank, they have made a lot of money very easily, often because someone else has been stupid; “If we don’t take this opportunity, you can be sure our competitors will and they’ll be laughing all the way to the bank. * Be laughing on the other side of your face /mouth : if you say someone who is happy will be laughing on the other side of their face, you are angry about the thing that is making them happy and think that something will soon happen to upset them. “ You’ll be laughing out of the other side of your face if you fail your exams. ” *
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Be laughing up your sleeve: to laugh at someone secretly, often in an unkind way. “He persuaded people to believe in him and all the time he was laughing up his sleeve at them. * Be no laughing matter: if a subject is no laughing matter, it is serious and not something that people should make jokes about. “It’s no laughing matter having to walk by a group of rowdy drunks every night just to get home. ” * Burst out laughing: to begin to laugh suddenly. “The entire audience burst out laughing when the clown took a fall. ” * To die laughing : to laugh very long and hard. “The joke was so funny that I almost died laughing. “ * Don’t make me laugh: something that you say when someone has suggested something that you think is not at all likely to happen. You never know, Pete might help out. ‘ ‘Pete? Help out? Don’t make me laugh! ” * For kicks and for laughs; for giggles: for fun; just for entertainment; for no good reason. “They didn’t mean any harm. They just did it for kicks. ” * Get a laugh: to do something that will create laughter.
“John will do almost anything to get a laugh. ” * Have the last laugh: to make someone who has criticized or defeated you look stupid by succeeding in something more important or by seeing them fail. “They fired her last year but she had the last laugh because she was taken on by their main rivals at twice the salary. * “He who laughs last, laughs longest/best: If someone does something nasty to you, that person may feel satisfaction, but you will feel even more satisfaction if you get revenge on that person. “Joe pulled a dirty trick on me, but I’ll get him back. He who laughs last, laughs best. ” * Not knowing whether to laugh or cry: to be extremely upset by something bad that has happened. “Then they announced that my flight was delayed for ten hours. I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. ” * Laugh about someone or something: to chuckle or giggle loudly about someone or something.
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They were laughing about my haircut. ” * “Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep and you weep alone”: When you are happy, people will want to be around you and share your happiness, but when you are sad, people will avoid you. “-Nancy: When Harry and I were dating, all our friends invited us places and called to say hello. Now that we’ve broken up, they treat me as if I don’t exist. -Jane: Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep and you weep alone. ” * Laugh at someone or something: to chuckle or giggle loudly at someone or something, perhaps in ridicule. Thank goodness, the audience laughed at all my jokes. ” * Laugh something away: 1. to spend an amount of time laughing. “We laughed the hour away listening to the comedian. “ 2. to get rid of something negative by laughing. “She laughed away her problems. ” * Laugh away at someone or something: to continue to laugh at someone or something. “All the children at the party laughed away at the magician. ” * Laugh one’s head off: Fig. to laugh very hard and loudly, as if one’s head might come off. “I laughed my head off at Mary’s joke. * Laugh in someone’s face: to laugh in derision directly to someone’s face, to show displeasure or ridicule at something one has said by laughing directly into one’s face. “After I heard what she said, I just laughed in her face. ” * Laugh like a drain: to laugh very loudly. “I told her what had happened and she laughed like a drain. ” * Laugh something off: to treat a serious problem lightly by laughing at it. “Although his feelings were hurt, he just laughed the incident off as if nothing had happened. He laughed off the incident. ” “It’s not easy to laugh off an insult.
She criticizes his work constantly but he doesn’t get angry, he just laughs it off. ” * Laugh someone off the stage: to laugh rudely, forcing a person to leave a stage. “The children laughed the soprano off the stage. She really wasn’t very good, you know. ” * Laugh oneself silly: to laugh very, very hard. “I laughed myself silly when I heard that she was really going to give him her phone number. I couldn’t believe that! ” * Laugh with something: to laugh in a particular manner. “Max laughed with malice as he saw his plan beginning to work. * Be a laugh a minute: very funny and entertaining. It is often used humorously to mean the opposite as well. “Paul’s clever screenplay makes this new comedy a laugh a minute. ” Also used sarcastically: ‘A two-hour meeting with your son’s teacher? I bet that was fun. ‘ ‘Oh, it was a laugh a minute. ‘ Fill in the gaps 1- Laura ________ when I told her my secret. Nobody but her knows about it. 2- He was so nervous that he just couldn’t stop _________. 3- The Principal didn’t notice that all the children were __________ him. 4- Eric is not a funny person, you know?
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