to make the sounds and movements of your face that show you are happy or think sth is funny
大声 / 高声 / 放声地笑
to laugh loudly/aloud/out loud
You never laugh at my jokes!
The show was hilarious─I couldn't stop laughing.
She always makes me laugh .
He burst out laughing (= suddenly started laughing) .
She laughed to cover her nervousness.
I told him I was worried but he laughed scornfully.
‘You're crazy!’ she laughed.
used to say that you are in a very good position, especially because you have done sth successfully
If we win the next game we'll be laughing.
used to show that you think what sb has just said is impossible or stupid
‘Will your dad lend you the money?’ ‘Don't make me laugh!’
used to tell sb not to be too proud of their present success; in the end another person may be more successful
to make a lot of money easily and feel very pleased about it
to show in a very obvious way that you have no respect for sb
to laugh very loudly
to be forced to change from feeling pleased or satisfied to feeling disappointed or annoyed
to completely reject an idea, a story, etc. that you think is not worth taking seriously at all
to laugh so long and hard that there are tears in your eyes
to be secretly amused about sth
to laugh very loudly and for a long time
to be unable to decide how to react to a bad or unfortunate situation
used to say that you think there is a funny side to a situation
Well, I'm sorry you've lost your shoes, but you've got to laugh, haven't you?
to laugh a lot
He was killing himself laughing.
to laugh very hard
to make sb/sth seem stupid or not serious by making jokes about them/it
Everybody laughs at my accent.
She is not afraid to laugh at herself (= not be too serious about herself) .
to try to make people think that sth is not serious or important, especially by making a joke about it
He laughed off suggestions that he was going to resign.
the sound you make when you are amused or happy
to give a laugh
短促的 / 紧张的 / 开心的笑声
a short/nervous/hearty laugh
His first joke got the biggest laugh of the night.
an enjoyable and amusing occasion or thing that happens
Come to the karaoke night─it should be a good laugh.
And he didn't realize it was you? What a laugh!
a person who is amusing and fun to be with
Paula's a good laugh, isn't she?
to do sth for fun or as a joke
I just did it for a laugh, but it got out of hand.
to find sth amusing
I was angry at the time but we had a good laugh about it afterwards.
to be successful when you were not expected to be, making your opponents look stupid
cackle to laugh in a loud, unpleasant way, especially in a high voice
chuckle to laugh quietly, especially because you are thinking about something funny
giggle to laugh in a silly way because you are amused, embarrassed or nervous
guffaw to laugh noisily
roar to laugh very loudly
snigger / snicker to laugh in a quiet unpleasant way, especially at something rude or at someone’s problems or mistakes
titter to laugh quietly, especially in a nervous or embarrassed way
认为某事非常滑稽可笑亦可用be convulsed with laughter（笑得前仰后合）或dissolve into laughter（不禁大笑）。在英国英语中亦用shriek with laughter（尖声大笑）或howl with laughter（狂笑）。
You can also be convulsed with laughter or dissolve into laughter when you find something very funny. In BrE people also shriek with laughter or howl with laughter .