Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lol"

The meaning of "Lol" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Lol mean?
A: We use "lol" in the same way as "笑" is used. :)
Q: What does Lol, lfmao e lmao? E a pronúncia, por favor :) mean?
A: LOL - laughing out loud (se borrando de rir)
LMFAO - laughing my fucking ass off (mesma coisa, porém mais vulgar)
LMAO - laughing my ass off (mesma coisa)
Q: What does Lol mean?
A: Laughing Out Loud
Q: What does Lol I'm just waiting to come see you other than that just the gym mean?
A: it means that the person came to see you other than gym he also came to do gym and also to see you
Q: What does Lol (my foreign friend sent me this...) mean?
A: @ShunsukeHirano: It means Laugh Out Loud.
People use it when something is funny and they are laughing

Synonyms of "Lol" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Lol and Lmao ?
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Q: What is the difference between Lol and LMAO ?
A: LOL stands for "lots of laughs" or also "laugh out loud."
LMAO stands for "laughing my ass off."
Both are the same, but I tend to use LMAO with things that are really funny. Where as LOL can be used for things that are kind of funny, or less funny.

Small difference but that tends to be how it's used!
Q: What is the difference between Lol and XD ?
A: Lol is like 笑/www in Japanese.
XD is a smiley/顔文字
Q: What is the difference between Lol and lol ?
A: They are the same.

Translations of "Lol"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Lol
A: "laughing out loud"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Lol
A: lol= stupid
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Lol
A:
lol
laughing out loud
You can stretch it too like 'loool', but emojis are pretty common and so is the classic 'haha' 😄
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Lol
A: we don't usually use lol when speaking to people. it is normally used when texting people.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Lol means
A: laughing out loud

Other questions about "Lol"

Q: You did kanji? Lol Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural, but "did" implies having to write kanji or read it or something (produce it), which can be meaningless without context.

For example:

A: "Ah, that test was so tough!"
B: "You did kanji (on the test)?"

Is different from:

A: "Did you do the homework yet?"
B: "No not yet, but do you have the kanji section finished?"
Q: Lol What just happened, he should be at least 10 place
Does this sound natural?
A: *10th place
Q: Lol
What's that mean in English ?
A: Laugh out loud, a term only used in online text.

It can literally mean they laughed, or they are just amused.
Q: Lol nah, just a student は日本語でどのような意味ですか??
A: いや、学生だけなんだ笑

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