giggle

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kıkırdamak
fıkırdamak
{f} kıkırda

Onun her zaman kıkırdaması vardı. - He always had a giggle.

Tom güldü ve Mary kıkırdadı. - Tom laughed and Mary giggled.

kıkır kıkır gülmek
kıkırdama

Onun her zaman kıkırdaması vardı. - He always had a giggle.

Seyirciler arasında kıkırdamalar yayıldı. - Giggles rippled through the audience.

(isim) kıkırdama
gigglykıkırdamaya meyli olan
kıkırtı
giggle with embarrassment
mahcubiyet duymak
giggling
kıkır kıkır gülme

Kıkır kıkır gülmekten kendimi alamadım. - I couldn't stop giggling.

Kıkır kıkır gülmeyi durduramadık. - We couldn't stop giggling.

giggling
kıkırtı
giggling
kıkırdama

Tom kıkırdamaya başladı. - Tom started giggling.

do sth for a giggle
gırgırına yapmak
giggling
(Tıp) kıkır kıkır gülme (Bazı akıl hastalarında görüldüğü gibi)
giggly
kıkırdayan
giggly
kıkırdayıp duran
to giggle
kıkır kıkır gülmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
A high-pitched, silly laugh
To laugh gently or in a high-pitched voice; to laugh in a silly or giddy way

The jokes had them giggling like little girls all evening.

Amusement

The women thought it would be quite a giggle to have a stripagram at the bride's hen party.

{v} to laugh, laugh idly, titter
a foolish or nervous laugh laugh nervously; "The girls giggled when the rock star came into the classroom
To laugh with short catches of the breath or voice; to laugh in a light, affected, or silly manner; to titter with childish levity
laugh nervously; "The girls giggled when the rock star came into the classroom"
If someone giggles, they laugh in a childlike way, because they are amused, nervous, or embarrassed. Both girls began to giggle `I beg your pardon?' she giggled. a giggling little girl. Giggle is also a noun. She gave a little giggle
{i} silly high-pitched laugh, girlish laugh, titter
A kind of laugh, with short catches of the voice or breath; a light, silly laugh
If you say that someone has the giggles, you mean they cannot stop giggling. I was so nervous I got the giggles She had a fit of the giggles
{f} titter, laugh in a foolish high-pitched manner
If you say that something is a giggle, you mean it is fun or is amusing. I might buy one for a friend's birthday as a giggle
a foolish or nervous laugh
{f} titter
giggle juice
A form of punch made from white wine, soda water and grape juice etc
giggle juice
Nitrous oxide, laughing gas; used especially by automotive enthusiasts

I swear, one day, were are all gonna find out that Howard has been pumping 'laughing gas' into Robin's little plexliglass cage. He'll explain that he thought it was a good idea at first, until the gas line broke and they could not stop the flow of 'giggle juice.'.

giggle factory
(Slang) hospital for the mentally ill
giggles
An attack of uncontrolled giggling
giggles
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of giggle
giggles
plural form of giggle
giggled
past of giggle
giggler
{i} one who giggles, one who laughs in a silly manner, one who titters
giggler
a person who laughs nervously
giggler
One who giggles or titters
giggler
A person who giggles
giggles
third person singulat present tense of the verb to giggle
giggles
plural of giggle
giggling
{s} tittering, foolish, high-pitched, ridiculous (of laughter)
giggling
Present participle of to giggle
giggly
{s} having a tendency to giggle
giggly
Prone to giggling
giggly
Someone who is giggly keeps laughing in a childlike way, because they are amused, nervous, or drunk. Ray was very giggly and joking all the time. giggly girls. giggling a lot
giggle