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1    be convulsed     (informal)   be in stitches, be rolling in the aisles     (informal)   bust a gut     (informal)   chortle, chuckle, crack up     (informal)   crease up     (informal)   giggle, guffaw, roar with laughter, snigger, split one's sides, titter  
2    laugh at      belittle, deride, jeer, lampoon, make a mock of, make fun of, mock, ridicule, scoff at, take the mickey (out of)     (informal)   taunt  
3    belly laugh     (informal)   chortle, chuckle, giggle, guffaw, roar or shriek of laughter, snigger, titter  
4      (informal)   card     (informal)   caution     (informal)   clown, comedian, comic, entertainer, hoot     (informal)   humorist, joke, lark, scream     (informal)   wag, wit  

laugh off     
brush aside, dismiss, disregard, ignore, minimize, pooh-pooh, shrug off  
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It is healthy to laugh
when you are happy, people will want to be around you and share your happiness, but when you are sad, people will avoid you.
au mois d'avril, la chèvre rit
celui qui rit, qu'il craigne de pleurer
c'est jean qui pleure et jean qui rit
c'est se rendre complice d'une impertinence que d'en rire
bien dire fait rire, bien faire fait taire
ne point se moquer des chiens qu'on ne soit sorti du village
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