Laugh vs laughter
What is the difference between "laugh" and "Laughter"?
He got laughter or laugh in the face? (Sb laughed at him)
Re: Laugh vs laughter
Originally Posted by belly_ttt
A laugh is specific.
Laughter is more general and collective.
He got a laughter or laugh in the face do not mean that somebody laughed at him.
I would say: the laugh is on him after they have tried to make fun of him and he looks ridiculous now.
She laughed at his expense.
A few of her jokes got a laugh.
Or she got a laugh out of him.
Last edited by banderas; 29-May-2008 at 04:23.
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