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to laugh in sb's face

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  • laugh in someone's face — To scorn or mock a person openly • • • Main Entry: ↑laugh * * * show open contempt for someone by laughing rudely at them in their presence figurative vandals and muggers who laugh in the face of the law * * * laugh in someone s face : to laugh… …   Useful english dictionary

  • laugh in someone's face — laugh in (someone s) face to show someone that you do not respect them and do not think their ideas are important. He asked them to put out their cigarettes but they just laughed in his face …   New idioms dictionary

  • laugh in somebody's face — laugh in sb s ˈface idiom to show in a very obvious way that you have no respect for sb Main entry: ↑laughidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • laugh in one's face — giggle in front of , laugh in the presence of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • laugh on the other side of your face — see ↑laugh, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑face laugh on the other side of your face used to say that a situation will change and someone will stop being happy or pleased You ll be laughing on the other side of your face when I ve finished with you! • • •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • laugh in face — laugh in (someone s) face to show someone that you do not respect them and do not think their ideas are important. He asked them to put out their cigarettes but they just laughed in his face …   New idioms dictionary

  • laugh — I UK [lɑːf] / US [læf] verb [intransitive] Word forms laugh : present tense I/you/we/they laugh he/she/it laughs present participle laughing past tense laughed past participle laughed *** Other ways of saying laugh: giggle to laugh in a nervous… …   English dictionary

  • laugh — 1 verb 1 MAKE SOUND (I) to make the sounds and movements of the face that people make when they think something is funny: Jonathan kept pulling funny faces at me, and I couldn t stop laughing. (+ at/about): I couldn t understand why they were all …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • laugh — laugh1 W2S2 [la:f US læf] v [: Old English; Origin: hliehhan] 1.) to make sounds with your voice, usually while you are smiling, because you think something is funny ▪ Maria looked at him and laughed. laugh at/about ▪ I didn t know what I was… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • laugh — laugh1 [ læf ] verb intransitive *** 1. ) to make the noise with your voice that shows you think something is funny: We talked and laughed late into the night. laugh at: The audience didn t laugh at his jokes. laugh about: They were still… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • laugh — [[t]lɑ͟ːf, læ̱f[/t]] ♦ laughs, laughing, laughed 1) VERB When you laugh, you make a sound with your throat while smiling and show that you are happy or amused. People also sometimes laugh when they feel nervous or are being unfriendly. He was… …   English dictionary

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