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English-German translation for: [laughter]
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Dictionary English German: [laughter]

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English German
contagious {adj} [disease; laughter, yawn]
4498
ansteckend
roaring {adj} [laughter]
364
dröhnend
manic {adj} [grin, laughter, sense of humour]
188
wahnsinnig
manic {adj} [grin, laughter, sense of humour]
38
irre
ringing {adj} {pres-p} [laughter]
14
schallend [Gelächter]
Rabelaisian {adj} [humour, laughter, etc.]rabelaisisch [Humor, Lachen, etc.]
Rabelaisian {adj} [humour, laughter, etc.]im Stile Rabelais' [Humor, Lachen, etc.]
reboant {adj} [laughter]schallend [Gelächter]
Verbs
to contain sth. [laughter etc.]
146
etw. verhalten [geh.] [unterdrücken]
to convulse [e.g. with laughter]sich schütteln [z. B. vor Lachen]
Nouns
conniption [fit of laughter]
84
Lachanfall {m}
jeering [laughter]
20
Hohngelächter {n}
cachinnation [rare] [fit of convulsive laughter]
15
Lachanfall {m} [bis zum Krankhaften]
2 Words
to cack up [esp. Aus.] [sl.] [crack up with laughter]laut loslachen
idiom to crack up [coll.] [burst into laughter]sich wegschmeißen (vor Lachen) [ugs.]
to fade away [laughter, cannons]allmählich verstummen
side-splitter [coll.] [fig.] [something causing convulsive laughter]Lachschlager {m}
3 Words
to double up with sth. [pain, laughter]sich krümmen vor etw.Dat. [Schmerz, Lachen]
4 Words
to break up an audience [coll.] [cause an audience to be overcome with laughter]ein Publikum in schallendes Gelächter ausbrechen lassen
5+ Words
to get (a) hold of oneself [coll.] [idiom] [after a shock, fit of laughter]sichAkk. wieder einkriegen [ugs.]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
mus. F Let our mouth be full of laughter [also: May our mouth be full of laughter]Unser Mund sei voll Lachens [J. S. Bach, BWV 110]
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