In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reírseshe chuckled to herself — se rió entre dientes
- A few polite souls chuckled, but the real joke was that he had already lost something.
- And who knows, with a bit of homework and practice you could be chuckling all the way home after a successful day at the races.
- They must have also given me something else because I was suddenly very happy: chuckling away in manic fashion.
- Calderwood starts to tell a story, then stops, chuckling to himself.
- Anyway, on the way out of the cinema, most of the gang were chuckling to themselves about how much they had enjoyed the film.
- The day before, Ethan had been lively and was chuckling merrily, despite having a cold.
- At this point I'm chuckling madly and can't remember my original question, if there was one.
- The elders passing by would always chuckle at his antics.
- The play is an entertaining romp that was enough to keep this reviewer chuckling for a couple of hours.
- I can almost picture Johnson chuckling to himself when he read this critique of his book.
- As it turns out, we never get bored with it, and watch the whole damn thing, chuckling like hyenas.
- I reckon good old St Swithin is chuckling in his beard at the sight.
- Still chuckling, he picked up her mug and purposefully set it on the opposite end of the table.
- Still chuckling he stretched one leg, then the other and got to his feet.
- The King's official looked at his clerk, and chuckled quietly, shaking his head.
- The two old men on the balcony across the road were still chuckling, for all the world like the two old Muppet men at the opera.
- An elderly man rolled up his trousers and paddled in the sea, chuckling as the water foamed and tickled at his ankles.
- Was it just an honest mistake that airport security personnel are still chuckling over?
- In person, with her long hair down, Guerin is chatty, friendly, occasionally chuckling.
- I chuckled to myself as my morbid preoccupations melted away, replaced by a deep joy.
1risita femininethey had a chuckle over / about that — se estuvieron riendo de eso
- it might raise a chuckle — puede que haga reír
- Laughter like a strange hybrid of belly laugh and chuckle, a belly chuckle, perhaps, is a bit of a giveaway.
- Bogosian knows how to prime his audience with some chuckles, and then goad them into a few uneasy laughs.
- My trepidation gave way to guilty chuckles, then belly laughs and then genuine admiration.
- Little more than a minute or two goes by without a chuckle or laugh from the group.
- Guffaws and chuckles follow, and they talk about how they blocked up all the entrances except the big door.
- Much to her surprise and frustration, the man seemed to be trying to suppress a chuckle.
- I couldn't hold in my chuckles of laughter and neither, it seemed, could Derek as I saw his shoulders shake.
- And now imagine the quiet chuckle Dylan is having at the fuss he's caused.
- They talked happily, their conversation interspersed with chuckles, laughter and jokes.
- What started as a chuckle soon developed into tear-spilling laughter - and I was all alone!
- This certainly is a laugh aloud book, and I found myself alternating between muffled chuckles and outright guffaws.
- I've also included a piece that should give the women a good laugh and a nice chuckle to the men who can handle it.
- The movie provokes a lot of smiles and chuckles, but few belly laughs.
- The man next to me stifled a chuckle and I turned to see what he was laughing at.
- She suppressed a chuckle and nearly choked on her drink when he caught her looking.
- But the chortles, chuckles and giggles are part of a much more serious project.
- You always have the feeling they're suppressing the chuckle just until they're off camera.
- She, too, sat there in the water, laughing, as her buddies came up for a chuckle.
- In ‘Memoirs of a Media Maverick’ Boyce Richardson provides a lot of chuckles, some guffaws, and three hearty belly laughs.
- However, they were obviously light chuckles, as I can't even recall which parts I laughed at.
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