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to get people to laugh / funny / hilarious
  *笑* | 笑* | *笑
old variant of
  *笑* | 笑* | *笑
laugh / smile / CL: 個|个
smile / CL: 個|个, 絲|丝 / to smile
to burst out laughing / hilarious / burst of laughter
smile / smiling expression / CL:
joke / jest / CL: 個|个 / to laugh at / to mock
to joke / joke / jest
smiling face / smiley :) ☺ / CL:
laughable / funny / ridiculous
to play a joke / to make fun of / to joke
to laugh heartily / a belly laugh
joke intended to be so corny it makes one groan
funny / ridiculous
to laugh happily / a belly-laugh
to jeer at / to deride / to ridicule / mockery / derision
smiling expression
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / both funny and extremely embarrassing / between laughter and tears
source of laughter / laughing stock / butt / joke (person)
to laugh heartily / to burst into loud laughter
to have a smile on one's face
to sneer / to laugh grimly / grin of dissatisfaction (bitterness, helplessness, indignation etc) / bitter, grim, sarcastic or angry smile
to force a smile / a bitter laugh
to laugh up one's sleeve
beaming / all smiles
grinning / smiling
to amuse / to cause to smile / amusing
object of ridicule / laughingstock / to laugh over sth / to make light chat
to giggle / to laugh foolishly / to smirk / to simper
to laugh out loud
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / between laughter and tears
talking and laughing / to jest / cheerful and lively
to howl with laughter / to laugh one's head off
to chat and laugh / to crack jokes / to banter
to tease / to make fun of
talking and laughing / cheerful talk
dimple / smiling face
to talk cheerfully and wittily / to joke together
uproarious / hilarious / to split one's sides laughing / lit. to hold one's belly with both hands
to burst out laughing / to laugh
to be laughing and playing / to giggle
to mock / to be ridiculed / to incur ridicule through one's poor performance (humble)
to sneer at
like a smile yet not a smile (idiom)
to sneer
to roar with laughter / hoots of laughter / guffaw
every frown and every smile
grinning from ear to ear (idiom) / beaming with happiness
Jokes (title of an ancient collection of jokes, often used in the title of modern collections of jokes)
to kindly accept (an offering)
to laugh / laughter
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 pretend to look happy / to force oneself to smile
made to look a fool / a laughingstock
the whole room roaring with laughter (idiom)
concubine's smile, a cultivar of lychee
brows raised in delight, eyes laughing (idiom); beaming with joy / all smiles
smilingly / to be all smiles
to laugh in spite of oneself / to be unable to help laughing / to break into laughter
all smiles / smiling mischievously or ingratiatingly
to giggle foolishly / to titter
to smile sweetly
to tease / to poke fun at
to sneer at sb / to ridicule
to laugh one's head off / ridiculous / jaw-dropping
evil smile / sinister smile
He laughs best who laughs last.
comedy film / comedy / CL:
smile spread across the face (idiom); beaming with pleasure / all smiles / joy written across one's face
lit. a dagger hidden in smiles (idiom); friendly manners belying hypocritical intentions / when the fox preaches, look to the geese
to welcome sb with a smiling face (idiom)
to laugh nastily / evil grin
to smile brightly
to give a hollow laugh / to force a smile / forced laugh / CL: 聲|声
to deride / to mock / (jocularly) to heckle good-naturedly / to razz
to turn tears into laughter (idiom); to turn grief into happiness
man with a big smile and evil intentions
laughing gas (nitrous oxide)
to put on a fake smile (idiom) / to smile insincerely
to ridicule / to mock
smiling wholeheartedly (idiom); beaming from ear to ear
to laugh evilly
to make a fool of oneself / to make oneself a laughing stock
laugh in (up) one's sleeve / snigger / snicker
amused by even the weakest joke / ready to laugh at the smallest thing
to split one's sides laughing
to laugh away (instead of taking seriously)
to dismiss with a laugh / to make light of
to laugh involuntarily / Taiwan pr. [e4 ran2 shi1 xiao4]
the one who has retreated 50 steps laughs at the one who has retreated 100 steps (idiom) / the pot calls the kettle black
to work as a good-time girl / to prostitute oneself
to snigger / to titter
to smile apologetically or obsequiously
to laugh
enchanting smile
Lanling Xiaoxiaosheng, pseudonym of the Ming dynasty writer and author of the Golden Lotus 金瓶梅
erhua variant of 笑臉|笑脸

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