laughverb

  • ja笑い声を上げる、〔声を立てて〕笑う
  • ento make spontaneous sounds and movements with your face to express often glee or amusement, but also sometimes contempt or derision

Examples

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0:13 / --:--
Mute
1.
What are you talking about?
2.
I'm talking about how you just changed my tire
3.
while I sat here watching a 20-minute video of a monkey getting its hair combed.
4.
But you were paying attention. You laughed at my joke!
5.
Did I?
6.
I like to call this the jack of all trades.
7.
Silly monkey!
8.
Oh, this monkey.
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0:19 / --:--
Mute
1.
Worst comes to worst, I'll be your boyfriend.
2.
Yeah, right.
3.
Why is that so funny?
4.
You made a joke, right?
5.
So I laughed.
6.
A little too hard.
7.
What, am I not boyfriend material?
8.
No.
9.
You're Chandler.
10.
You know... Chandler.
11.
Okay, so we've established my name and hit me.
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3:39 / --:--
Mute
1.
I like big butts and I cannot lie.
2.
You other brothers can't deny.
3.
Oh, Emma, you're laughing!
4.
Oh, you are.
5.
You really do like big butts, don't you?
6.
Oh, you beautiful little weirdo.
PLAY
0:14 / --:--
Mute
1.
All right, and you guys can all hear me okay?
2.
Yeah.
3.
I know this guy can right here.
4.
Boy, this guy's ears are so big,
5.
he's laughing at jokes from the Yuk-Yuk club all the way on the other side of town.
PLAY
4:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
Okay.
2.
Well... well, you know what?
3.
Disabilities are not things to be laughed at or laughed about.
4.
You people are jerks.
5.
Imagine if you had left Stevie Wonder on the floor of that bathroom instead of me.
6.
Oh, we wouldn't. We love Stevie Wonder.
PLAY
0:51 / --:--
Mute
1.
Just remember, we can't ruin Captain Holt's vacation high.
2.
So no one say anything that'll upset him— oh, no!
3.
What are those morons doing in there?
4.
Maybe it's not that bad.
5.
Maybe they didn't upset him.
6.
What did you do? What'd you say?
7.
Nothing, we just said, "Welcome back."
8.
And laughed with him about all the weight he gained in France.
9.
Why is everyone just standing around?
10.
Get back to work!