9 Idioms About: Laugh

Dec 25, 2020 | IELTS SPEAKING

Inspired by my previous post about ‘Different types of laugh’, I seek to provide you with idioms relevant to this topic.

All of the following idioms mean ‘laughing very hard (out loud)’ or ‘being extremely amused.’ If you are a fan of comedies or if you interact with someone who has a great sense of humor, I bet you must have laughed your head off or rolled in the aisles.

Wish you all the good cheer this time around and have fun reading this.

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References

Cambridge Online Dictionary https://dictionary.cambridge.org

Collins Online Dictionary https://www.collinsdictionary.com

The Free Dictionary https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com

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