express amusement, happiness, scorn by making explosive sounds with the voice while smiling
express by laughing;move or influence by laughter
sound or manner of laughing
amusing incident or person
"his face wrinkled in a silent laugh of derision"
"he told a very funny joke"
"he knows a million gags"
"thanks for the laugh"
"he laughed unpleasantly at his own jest"
"even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point"
Mr. Pratte had very blue eyes with a great deal of laugh in them.
出自： S. J. Duncan
Jean Marie laughedsa gusty chuckle of genuine amusement.
出自： M. West
They all laughed about the joke.
It's not a matter to laugh about.
他自己不断地大笑。 laugh sth ⇔ away
He laughed away the dangers.
He talked and laughed away his leisure hours.
When I told Mother what the boys had done, she laughed herself into a state of helplessness.
He laughed it off.
The boy was brave enough to laugh off his pain.
He laughed off the embarrassing situation.
They just laughed off the warning.
This is a mistake that can't easily be laughed off.
He never dreamed that his request would be laughed off as a childish fancy.
他做梦也没想到,他的要求被当成幼稚的幻想而一笑置之。 laugh one's head off
The crowd must be enjoying the performance, they're laughing their heads off.
We laughed our heads off at the antics of the comedian.
I laughed my head off when I heard of his discomfiture.
The play was so bad that it was laughed off the stage.
You would be laughed out of court with such a childish question.
How everybody laughed over the joke!
We'll perhaps have the last laugh on them, after all.
误 Tom laughed this idea.
正 Tom laughed at this idea.
误 His jokes often make us laugh to tears.
正 His jokes often make us laugh ourselves to tears.
析 表示“笑出眼泪”,英语是laugh oneself to tears,不能省略oneself一词。
误 They gave loud laugh.
正 They gave a loud laugh.