What is the correct plural of laugh?

What is the correct plural of laugh?

Singular. laugh. Plural. laughs. The plural form of laugh; more than one (kind of) laugh.

What is the meaning of lots of laugh?

laughing a lot in a nervous, excited, or silly way.

What is the present continuous of laugh?

I am laughing
Continuous (progressive) and emphatic tenses

present continuous
I am laughing
you are laughing
he, she, it is laughing
we are laughing

Is laugh singular?

Because laugh is a verb (to laugh) or a singular countable noun (a single time someone laughed or a single funny thing). Just as you can’t say “I have a lot of book” or “that is a lot of cup” you can’t say “There was a lot of laugh.” But laughter is an uncountable noun.

What is noun form of laugh?

laugh. noun. Definition of laugh (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : the act of laughing. 2a : a cause for derision or merriment : joke.

How do you say laughing hard?


  1. belly laugh.
  2. deep laugh.
  3. howl.
  4. howling.
  5. laugh.
  6. laughter.
  7. loud laugh.
  8. roar.

What is the verb of laugh?

verb. \ ˈlaf , ˈläf \ laughed; laughing; laughs.

What is the third form of laugh?

Verb Forms of Laugh

(Base) 1st (Past) 2nd (Past Participle) 3rd
Laugh Laughed Laughed
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What is the simple present tense of laugh?

Laugh Verb Forms

Base form (v1) Laugh
Past form (v2) Laughed
Past Participle (v3) -ed form Laughed
Present Participle (v4) ‘ing’ form Laughing
Present simple (v5) s / es/ ies Laughs

What is the verb form of laugh?

Regular verb: laugh – laughed – laughed.

Is laugh verb or noun?

laugh (verb) laugh (noun) laughing gas (noun)

What is the noun form of laugh?

to utter with laughter: He laughed his consent. noun. the act or sound of laughing; laughter. an expression of mirth, derision, etc., by laughing.

What is the adverb of laugh?

Word family (noun) laugh laughter (adjective) laughable (verb) laugh (adverb) laughably laughingly.

How do you describe a laughter?

…and amusement, glee, hilarity, mirth, merriment, rejoicing, snort, snorting, chortling, har-de-har, tehee, tittering…

How would you describe a small laugh?

A giggle is “a silly spasmodic laugh, especially with short, repeated gasps and titters, as from juvenile or ill-concealed amusement or nervous embarrassment.” The word is thought to be imitative in origin, echoing the sound of such laughter.

What part of speech is laughs?

intransitive verb

part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: laughs, laughing, laughed

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