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

The meaning of "Laugh" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to have a laugh mean?
A: 'To have a laugh' is actually somewhat different than just 'to laugh'
it's an idiom meaning to joke around or behave in a foolish lighthearted manner.
"Now don't be such a buzzkill, we were only having a laugh."
"I love hanging around with old friends from school. We always have a laugh when we get together."
"I was angry at first, but we had a good laugh about it later."
Q: What does laugh it off mean?
A: Laugh somethingoff : (informal) to try to make people think that something is not serious or important, especially by making a joke about it
Eg : He laughed off suggestions that he was going to resign.
Q: What does get laugh mean?
A: Well, get means that you are being given something, either in a concrete way, like getting a glass of milk or getting something in an abstract way like getting a compliment. Get must not though necessarily come from a certain person, like get access to a computer file by encrypting. So in this case, get a laugh means that someone is being given a laugh, it can of course both be because it was from a person who intended to give a laugh, like getting it from a stand-up comedian, or not intended, like laughing at someone for doing something bad. So get a laugh is an expression. You can't just say get laugh though, you must say get a laugh, get that laugh (like in the text) etc.
Q: What does i laughed so hard. mean?
A: It means that you laughed very much
Q: What does 'the laugh is on somebody" mean?
A: It's usually "the joke is on him" which means the person thought they were fooling someone else but really they fooled themselves. Sorry this is not the best explanation so please tell me if you need me to explain anything more

Example sentences using "Laugh"

Q: Please show me example sentences with laugh at.
A: I will never forget his laugh, so contagious!

I laugh even when I feel like crying.

Why do you laugh? That wasn’t funny!
Q: Please show me example sentences with to make laugh.
A: Siempre(??) hay una persona entre "make" y "laugh":

I am trying to make HER laugh.
His jokes always make ME laugh.
I want to make THEM laugh.
To make SOMEONE laugh can be difficult.

Don't make me laugh! -> muchas veces, una frase sarcástica. Por ejemplo: "Portugal is the best country in Europe?!?! Don't make me laugh!! Everyone knows the Spain is much better!!!!".
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hold one’s laugh / hold back one’s laughter.
A: The teacher fell off the chair .. the students wanted to bust out laughing but instead held back their laughter out of respect.,
Q: Please show me example sentences with laugh at somebody .
A: I'm not laughing with you, I'm laughing at you
please don't laugh at me, it makes me feel bad
Q: Please show me example sentences with laugh out loud.
A: You can use laugh out loud at anything that's funny too be honest.
for exapmle
*hey have you seen the new episode
yeah it was so funny ! LOL.*

Synonyms of "Laugh" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I suddenly laughed due to him. and I suddenly laughed because of him. ?
A: "I suddenly laughed because of him." is more appropriate to say. Ex: He failed because he played too much. 'Because of' modifies 'failed'(verb).
His failure was due to playing too much. 'Due to' modifies 'failure'(noun).
Q: What is the difference between laugh and Chuckles and giggles ?
A: Laugh is usually out loud and loudest- hahaha (kkkkk)
Chuckle is usually softer and more to yourself- hehehe (rs)
Giggle is more childlike - hihihi
Q: What is the difference between laugh at and tease and joke ?
A: Laugh at is more rude, tease is more playful but can be offensive, and joke is more casual

"When people laugh at my hair I feel sad"

"I know she was just teasing, but it hurt my feelings"

"My friends and I like to joke about my hair"
Q: What is the difference between laugh(noun) and laughter ?
A: As in, "She gave a laugh"? A laugh something countable; one laugh, two laughs, three laughs. It's what individual people do. "Laughter" is the sound of one or more laughs.
Q: What is the difference between laughed and chuckled ?
A: Chuckled is usually a fairly small, brief laugh compared to other types of laughing. So you're not laughing for that long or very strongly

Translations of "Laugh"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laugh, laughed and love, loved
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? laugh, laughed and love, loved
A: I can't record my voice but first the vowel is very different, like a in car and o in son. second gh is pronounced voiceless while ve is a voiced sound, moreover the ed in laugh sounds like a t because it is voiceless while the ed in loved sounds like a d because it is voiced.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laugh
A: it's pronounced as laf
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laugh
A: Like "laff"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 思わず笑ってしまう inadvertendly laugh? unconsciously laugh?
A: I understand the meaning of "inadvertently laugh," but I would say "burst out laughing."

Other questions about "Laugh"

Q: I liked your laughs. does this sound natural?
A: "I like your laugh" is the correct way to say it
Q: laugh out loud does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How to express laugh on the text? Is Lol the only thing?
A: Haha
Rofl (rolling on floor laughing)

And emoji's
Q: he laughs this big laugh. does this sound natural?
A: It depends on context, and the way you say it. If I saw this sentence in a story, I would accept it. It would probably be the first sentence of a longer description of this man's laugh. But as a single sentence it's possibly better to say "His laugh is really big."
Q: Hi "They laughed after he left" does this sound natural?
A: Also, a more grammatically correct version of this sentence would be "after he left, they started laughing at him." However, I think you're trying to practice saying sentences with similar sounds, right?

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