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

The meaning of "Laughter" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does laughter with tears mean?
A: hmm, from that example I would take it to mean "crying with laughter" so, you are laughing so hard that you have tears in your eyes.
It could also mean crying through tears I suppose, since petty arguments had been mentioned. So that would be that although you are crying, friends can make you laugh.

personally though, in that example, I would take it to mean "crying with laughter".
Q: What does The laughter had DIED AWAY mean?
A: the laughter has stopped
Q: What does he bent over double with laughter mean?
A: To bend over double is to bend at the hips, like the picture.

We say 'bent over double with laughter' to say that someone is laughing very loudly. We don't mean that they actually are bent, though someone could be, but that they are laughing very much.
Q: What does booming laughter mean?
A: Very loud laugh
Q: What does laughter mean?
A: tens o riso e depois tens a gargalhada laughter quer dizer gargalhada

Example sentences using "Laughter"

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Q: Please show me example sentences with laughter.
A: I could hear the roar of laughter coming all the way from my sister's room.
Turns out it's because she burst into laughter while watching YouTube videos.
They say laughter is good for your health so I wasn't even angry.
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Synonyms of "Laughter" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He provoked laughter. and He invoked laughter. and He evoked laughter. ?
A: invoke is when you call upon someone or something to a situation. (ex. I invoked the boss after there was a argument between workers in the office) provoke is making someone feel a negative emotion or something (ex. the man provoked the dog to bite him) and envoke is used to recall memories of the passed ( my friend envoked memories of our childhood when he mentioned playing tag) those examples arent the best but I hope the definitions help you out.
Q: What is the difference between laughter and laugh ?
A: Laughter often refers to the sound, or the thing itself. A laugh can be the thing itself, or laugh can refer to the action: "I laugh," "he laughs".
Q: What is the difference between infectious laughter and a contagious laugh ?
A: They mean the same.

Translations of "Laughter"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? laughter
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? laughter
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? laughter
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Other questions about "Laughter"

Q: I'm interested in what is funny for you, so please express your laughter even if it's awkward. does this sound natural?
A: I'm interested in what you find funny, so please laugh even if it's awkward.
Q: Why is there laughter after "and the moment passed"?



05:57
Years ago, when I was still living in Istanbul, an American scholar working on women writers in the Middle East came to see me. And at some point in our exchange, she said, "I understand why you're a feminist, because, you know, you live in Turkey." And I said to her, "I don't understand why you're not a feminist, because, you know, you live in America."


06:20
(Laughter)


06:22
(Applause) And she laughed. She took it as a joke, and the moment passed.


06:31
(Laughter)
A: Because the person who said it wasn't making a joke, but the other person didn't believe she was serious.
Q: I'll die from laughter because of you does this sound natural?
A: I'd die from laughing because of you.
Q: good-humored laughter does this sound natural?
A: Very close!

You need to pronounce the -ed on the end of 'humoured'
Q: 1. infectious laughter
2. a contagious laugh
Are both expressions commonly used in daily conversations? thanks does this sound natural?
A: I wouldn't say it's used daily, but it is common if the situation of contagious laughter occurs.

Like, "His laugh is infectious/contagious. They were struck with infectious/contagious laughter."

"He has infectious/contagious laughter."

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