Translation for 'laugh' from English to Russian
NOUN   a laugh | laughs
VERB   to laugh | laughed | laughed
laughing | laughs
SYNO gag | jape | jest | ...
смеяться над кем-л. [несов.]to laugh at sb.
смеяться над чем-л. [несов.]to laugh at sth.
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Usage Examples English
  • Hanna-Barbera also used the limited laugh track when they produced "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home" in 1972.
  • In "Don't Laugh In The Sauna!" (웃지마! 사우나), the hosts "chat" with the guests in a dialect trying to make them laugh.
  • Olsen's ambition was to make people laugh. He is remembered for the quote, "May you live as long as you laugh, and laugh as long as you live", which are cited on his headstone.
  • The French magazine Télérama published an interview of Pierre Desproges on 24 November 1982, two months after the broadcast, where Pierre Desproges explains: "I think we have the right to laugh at everything.
  • ", "Josie and the Pussycats" was originally broadcast with a laugh track.

  • Several famous Iranian celebrities have to make laugh each other, but themselves should not laugh.
  • "Kentucky Jones" originally was produced without a laugh track, but after NBC threatened to cancel the show if it had no laugh track, its producers unwillingly added one.
  • On a more simple note, Rylsee's designs aim to make people laugh.
  • According to Kitano, his purpose in this movie was to laugh at his own gags, to make a mockery of them.
  • The episode originally aired as a one-hour episode without a laugh track on ABC, but was later split into two parts and added a laugh track for syndication.

  • 8. Funny Bunny (March 10, 2011) - Buddy Bunny wants to play and make Beep and Posey laugh, but they are too busy. Then, Buddy makes flower glasses to make them laugh.
  • A laugh track was added to the theatrical Pink Panther cartoons when they were broadcast as part of the "Pink Panther Show" aired on NBC, and this laugh track still appears when the show is aired on the Spanish language Boomerang TV channel, and the France Channel Gulli.
  • As they both look at "Matthew"'s floating head, Roland starts to laugh, and Jonathan starts to laugh as the police sirens are heard in the distance.
  • Adel Abdessemed is known to have a special way to laugh. While studying art in Algeria, one of his professors defined it ‘The Devil’s Laugh’.
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