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laugh / smile / CL: 個|个
funny / hilarious
joke / jest / CL: 個|个 / to laugh at / to mock
smile / CL: 個|个, 絲|丝 / to smile
to burst out laughing / hilarious / burst of laughter
smile / smiling expression / CL:
joke intended to be so corny it makes one groan
to joke / joke / jest
smiling face / smiley :) ☺ / CL:
to play a joke / to make fun of / to joke
to laugh out loud
to laugh happily / a belly-laugh
funny / ridiculous
to have a smile on one's face
laughable / funny / ridiculous
source of laughter / laughing stock / butt / joke (person)
beaming / all smiles
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / both funny and extremely embarrassing / between laughter and tears
funny bits / humorous parts / jokes / punchline
to sneer at
like a smile yet not a smile (idiom)
object of ridicule / laughingstock / to laugh over sth / to make light chat
to laugh up one's sleeve
to laugh heartily / a belly laugh
talking and laughing / to jest / cheerful and lively
smiling expression
to giggle / to laugh foolishly / to smirk / to simper
to chat and laugh / to crack jokes / to banter
to give a hollow laugh / to force a smile / forced laugh / CL: 聲|声
to howl with laughter / to laugh one's head off
to force a smile / a bitter laugh
Jokes (title of an ancient collection of jokes, often used in the title of modern collections of jokes)
to jeer at / to deride / to ridicule / mockery / derision
to sneer
dimple / smiling face
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / between laughter and tears
talking and laughing / cheerful talk
to tease / to make fun of
concubine's smile, a cultivar of lychee
to mock / to be ridiculed / to incur ridicule through one's poor performance (humble)
to talk cheerfully and wittily / to joke together
to amuse / to cause to smile / amusing
all smiles / smiling mischievously or ingratiatingly
to kindly accept (an offering)
to burst out laughing / to laugh
to be laughing and playing / to giggle
to smile sweetly
to laugh nastily / evil grin
uproarious / hilarious / to split one's sides laughing / lit. to hold one's belly with both hands
to sneer / to laugh grimly / grin of dissatisfaction (bitterness, helplessness, indignation etc) / bitter, grim, sarcastic or angry smile
comedy film / comedy / CL:
to pretend to look happy / to force oneself to smile
to laugh evilly
grinning from ear to ear (idiom) / beaming with happiness
to tease / to poke fun at
to sneer at sb / to ridicule
a matter for ridicule / an object of ridicule / laughingstock
brows raised in delight, eyes laughing (idiom); beaming with joy / all smiles
the whole room roaring with laughter (idiom)
laugh in (up) one's sleeve / snigger / snicker
lit. laughs, jeers, anger and invective (idiom) / fig. all kinds of emotions / to mock and scold / (of writing) freely roving / following the author's fancy
to laugh one's head off / ridiculous / jaw-dropping
to put on a fake smile (idiom) / to smile insincerely
to ridicule / to mock
evil smile / sinister smile
to laugh involuntarily / Taiwan pr. [e4 ran2 shi1 xiao4]
to laugh in spite of oneself / to be unable to help laughing / to break into laughter
lit. a dagger hidden in smiles (idiom); friendly manners belying hypocritical intentions / when the fox preaches, look to the geese
smiling wholeheartedly (idiom); beaming from ear to ear
made to look a fool / a laughingstock
to smile apologetically or obsequiously
to make a fool of oneself / to make oneself a laughing stock
man with a big smile and evil intentions
to welcome sb with a smiling face (idiom)
to turn tears into laughter (idiom); to turn grief into happiness
smile spread across the face (idiom); beaming with pleasure / all smiles / joy written across one's face
to work as a good-time girl / to prostitute oneself
smirk / insincere smile
to split one's sides laughing
to dismiss with a laugh / to make light of
the one who has retreated 50 steps laughs at the one who has retreated 100 steps (idiom) / the pot calls the kettle black
to snigger / to titter
enchanting smile
(literary) to sneer / to laugh at
to roar with laughter / hoots of laughter / guffaw
dirty jokes / jokes of a visceral nature
bitter smile
amused by even the weakest joke / ready to laugh at the smallest thing
to smile brightly
to laugh
to dismiss sth with a laugh (idiom) / to laugh it off
to nod and smile
Lanling Xiaoxiaosheng, pseudonym of the Ming dynasty writer and author of the Golden Lotus 金瓶梅
the notion in society that it's better to get ahead in the world by abandoning one's scruples than to suffer poverty / lit. despising poverty but not prostitution (idiom)
to talk and laugh as though nothing had happened / to remain cheerful (despite a crisis)
laugh lines (on the face)

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