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We talked and laughed late into the night.
The audience didn't laugh at his jokes.
They were still laughing about the experience years later.
She burst out laughing when she saw what he was wearing.
When I told them my idea, they just laughed.
If someone had told me this was going to happen, I would've laughed in their face.
If this deal comes off as planned we'll be laughing.
She said she made this herself? Don't make me laugh!
This is the American English definition of laugh. View British English definition of laugh.
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