简明英汉词典

laugh at
v.
嘲笑, 漠视, 因...发笑

美国传统词典[双解]

laugh
laugh
AHD:[l2f, l?f]
D.J.[l#f, l$8f]
K.K.[l#f, l$f]
v.(动词)
laughedlaugh.inglaughs
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To express certain emotions, especially mirth, delight, or derision, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements.
笑:为表达某种情感,尤指高兴、快乐或嘲笑而发的一阵自发的,通常是不清晰的声音,并常伴随着脸部和身体的运动

(2)

To show or feel amusement or good humor:
感到好笑:表示或感到好笑或非常幽默:
laughed to herself at the memory; an experience we would laugh about later on.
想起这些,她暗自发笑;以后他们会感到好笑的经历

(3)

To feel or express derision or contempt; mock:
嘲笑:感到或表示嘲讽和轻视;嘲笑:
We used to laugh at their provincial manners. I had to laugh when I saw who my opponent was.
我们以前常常嘲笑他们粗俗的举止。当我得知我的对手是谁的时候,我感到好笑

(4)

To feel a triumphant or exultant sense of well-being:
得意洋洋:因安乐而洋洋得意或欢欣:
You won't be laughing when the truth comes out.
一旦真相被揭露,你就不会洋洋得意了

(5)

To produce sounds resembling laughter:
发出类似欢笑的声音:
parrots laughing and chattering in the trees.
鹦鹉在树上欢唱着
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To affect or influence by laughter:
用笑声所影响或感染:
laughed the speaker off the stage; laughed the proposal down.
用笑声把演讲者赶下台;用笑声否定了这项提议

(2)

To say with a laugh:
笑着说:
He laughed his delight at the victory.
他的笑声表达了他胜利的喜悦
n.(名词)

(1)

The act of laughing.

(2)

The sound of laughing; laughter.
笑的声音;笑声

(3)

Informal Something amusing, absurd, or contemptible; a joke:
【非正式用语】 笑话,笑柄:可笑的,荒诞的或可鄙的事情;笑话:
The solution they recommended was a laugh.
他们提出的解决办法简直是个笑话

(4)

Often laughs Informal Fun; amusement:
常作 laughs 【非正式用语】 消遣;玩乐:
decided to go along just for laughs.
决定一起去,只为了乐一乐

常用词组

laugh at
To treat lightly; scoff at:
不以为意;对…一笑置之:
a daredevil who laughed at danger.
鲁莽大胆的蔑视危险

laugh off 或

laugh away
To dismiss as ridiculously or laughably trivial:
一笑置之:把……当作滑稽可笑的琐事而置之不理:
laughed off any suggestion that her career was over.
对有关她事业生涯已经结束的暗示置之不理

习惯用语

laugh up (one's) sleeve或

laugh in (one's) sleeve
To rejoice or exult in secret, as at another's error or defeat.
幸灾乐祸:偷偷地欣喜或高兴,如对他人的错误或失败

语源

(1)

Middle English laughen
中古英语 laughen

(2)

from Old English hl?hhan
源自 古英语 hl?hhan

(3)

[probably ultimately of imitative origin]
[可能最终源自拟声]

继承用法

laugher
n.(名词)

laughingly
adv.(副词)

现代英汉综合大辞典

laugh
[lB:f]
vi.

(1)

笑; 发笑

(2)

(自然物等)呈现欢欣景象
They are talking and laughing.
他们边说边笑。
Green pines laugh in the breeze.
青松迎风欢笑。

词性变化

laugh
[lB:f]
vt.

(1)

以笑表示

(2)

笑得使...
laugh a hearty laugh
由衷地笑
laugh a reply
以笑作答
He laughed his dissent.
他笑着表示不同意。

laugh
[lB:f]
n.

(1)

笑, 笑声

(2)

令人发笑的事

(3)

嘲笑; [pl. ]玩笑
belly laugh
[美口]纵声大笑; 逗人发笑的事物
holy laugh
[laughing][美]充满宗教热情的笑
horse laugh
捧腹[哈哈]大笑; 嘲弄的笑声
sardonic laugh
轻蔑的笑, 冷笑

习惯用语

burst out laughing
放声大笑

die of laughing
笑得要死

die with laughing
笑得要死

Don't make me laugh.
[口, 讽]你太可笑了, 你真荒谬。

fall about laughing
[口]忍不住大笑

for laughs
[美俚]为了取乐, 作为消遣, 借以开心

get the laugh at sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh at sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh of sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh of sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh on sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh on sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh over sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

get the laugh over sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh at sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh at sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh of sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh of sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh on sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh on sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh over sb.(=get the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have the laugh over sb.(=have the laugh on one's side)
轮到自己嘲笑某人, 胜过某人, 使某人丢脸

have a good laugh
尽情地笑

have a hearty laugh
尽情地笑

have the last laugh
笑在最后; 取得最后胜利

get the last laugh
笑在最后; 取得最后胜利

He is not laughed at that laughs at himself first.
[谚]先自嘲的人, 不会见笑于人。

He laughs best who laughs last.
[谚]最后笑的人笑得最好。

He who laughs at crooked men should need walk very straight.
[谚]要笑别人驼背, 自己就要挺起胸膛走路。

join in the laugh
随着大笑

on the laugh
笑着

raise a laugh
引人发笑

raise a laugh against sb.(=put the laugh on sb.)
使某人成为取笑的对象, 使某人处于可笑的地位

turn the laugh against sb.(=put the laugh on sb.)
使某人成为取笑的对象, 使某人处于可笑的地位

Laugh and grow fat.
[谚]常笑发福, 心宽体胖。

laugh at

(1)

因...而笑

(2)

嘲笑

(3)

付之一笑

laugh away

(1)

笑着不理, 付之一笑

(2)

笑着消磨时间

laugh down
以笑声打断(讲话等); 以笑声拒绝(建议等)

laugh fit to kill
[口]拼命地笑, 狂笑

laugh off
对...付之一笑; 以笑来排除...

laugh over
笑着谈论; 想着...发笑

laugh sb. out of
以谈笑的方式使某人忘记(忧愁等)

laugh sb. out of worries
以谈笑的方式使某人忘记(忧愁等)

美国传统词典

laugh
laugh
AHD:[l2f, l?f]
D.J.[l#f, l$8f]
K.K.[l#f, l$f]
v.
laughed, laugh.ing, laughs
v.intr.

(1)

To express certain emotions, especially mirth, delight, or derision, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements.

(2)

To show or feel amusement or good humor:
laughed to herself at the memory; an experience we would laugh about later on.

(3)

To feel or express derision or contempt; mock:
We used to laugh at their provincial manners. I had to laugh when I saw who my opponent was.

(4)

To feel a triumphant or exultant sense of well-being:
You won't be laughing when the truth comes out.

(5)

To produce sounds resembling laughter:
parrots laughing and chattering in the trees.
v.tr.

(1)

To affect or influence by laughter:
laughed the speaker off the stage; laughed the proposal down.

(2)

To say with a laugh:
He laughed his delight at the victory.
n.

(1)

The act of laughing.

(2)

The sound of laughing; laughter.

(3)

Informal Something amusing, absurd, or contemptible; a joke:
The solution they recommended was a laugh.

(4)

Often laughs Informal Fun; amusement:
decided to go along just for laughs.

常用词组

laugh at
To treat lightly; scoff at:
a daredevil who laughed at danger.

laugh off or

laugh away
To dismiss as ridiculously or laughably trivial:
laughed off any suggestion that her career was over.

习惯用语

laugh up (one's) sleeveor

laugh in (one's) sleeve
To rejoice or exult in secret, as at another's error or defeat.

语源

(1)

Middle English laughen

(2)

from Old English hl?hhan

(3)

[probably ultimately of imitative origin]

继承用法

laugher
n.

laughingly
adv.

英汉航海大词典

laugh at
vt.嘲笑

英汉计算机大词典

laugh at
prep.嘲笑(忽视)

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