laugh in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. risa, risotada
v. reír, reírse, soltar una carcajada

Example Sentences

They laughed at the joke I told them.
Se rieron del chiste que les conté.
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They all burst out laughing.
Por favor, habla más alto.
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He was laughed at by his friends.
Sus amigos se rieron de él.
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She was laughed at by her friends.
Sus amigos se rieron de ella.
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I missed the old days when we could laugh, run and giggle without any worries.
Echaba de menos los viejos tiempos cuando podíamos reír, correr y carcajearnos sin preocupaciones.
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“The garbage cart,” he shouted and they laughed long and hard.
“El carro de la basura”, gritó y ambos rieron fuertemente un largo rato.
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That night as the Roman supply train rolled out of Alexandria, a muffled laugh could be heard from the third cart in the procession.
Esa noche, mientras la caravana de provisiones romana salía de Alejandría, una risa amortiguada podía oírse desde el tercer carro en la procesión.
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All at once they began to laugh.
De repente empezaron a reírse.
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All of a sudden, she began to laugh.
Ella rompió a reír.
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Both girls laughed.
Las dos chicas se rieron.
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Synonyms

1. chortle: roar, snigger, cackle, giggle, hee-haw
2. chuckle: grin, laughter, smile



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