In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1risas femenino(loud) carcajadas femenino(loud) risotadas femeninohe roared with laughter — se rió a carcajadas
- amid laughter he announced the result of the draw — anunció el resultado del sorteo en medio de las risas de la gente
- I was helpless with laughter — no podía parar de reírme
- tears of laughter — lágrimas de risa
- They would go and tell each other spooky stories on the hills and the house was always full of laughter.
- He is laughing, with a touch of anger in his laughter, but no triumph, no malignity.
- Another part might have roared with laughter at people making fools of themselves.
- The other young man gave a peal of laughter, the sound of which made Ryan want to smile in reply.
- A moment of silence while we all sit open mouthed and then we burst into hysterical laughter.
- I am rewarded by her laughter which, as you can imagine, is an agreeable sound to male ears.
- The laughter was noticeably loud when he delivered a gentle swipe at newspapers.
- Once upon a time, such laughter in the face of violence was considered subversive.
- He heard feet clattering and laughter and a shout from someone who was not amused.
- The sounds of laughter echoed in his head and the images of men laughing flashed across his eyes.
- Then came great laughter and stamping sounds, and all three of us were now bolt upright.
- Will leant back and let out a huge bellow of laughter that made me laugh all the harder.
- Like a couple of children, we would put our hands in front of our faces and almost choke with laughter.
- If we do, we just end up making fools of ourselves and the whole office collapses with laughter.
- She described a time where she walked into Jackson's room to the sound of laughter.
- She shook her head, gave a snort of laughter and continued on with the head count.
- The empty bathroom flung the words back at me, making them sound like hollow laughter.
- In fact, the back was so far away from the stage, a time delay on the punchline created a wave of laughter.
- Does it matter whether the place is a rundown tip as long as it echoes with love and laughter?
- The women admit everything takes twice as long because of their uproarious laughter.
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