chuckle

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} kıkırdamak
{f} kıkır kıkır gülmek
kahkaha
gurklama tavuk
{f} kısık sesle gül
{i} kısık sesle gülme
kıkırdama
sessizce gülme
{i} kıkır kıkır gülme

Tom kıkır kıkır gülmeye başladı. - Tom started to chuckle.

{f} kendi kendine gülmek
{f} gurklamak (tavuk)
anne tavuğun civcivlerini çağırmak için çıkardığıchuckler kıkırdayan kimse
sessizce gül

Tom kendine sessizce güldü. - Tom chuckled quietly to himself.

{i} gurklama (tavuk)
{i} anne tavuğun civcivlerini çağırması
{i} kendi kendine gülme
chuckler
(isim) kıkırdayan kimse
chuckler
{i} kıkırdayan kimse
chuckling
kıkır kıkır gülme

Tom kıkır kıkır gülmeye başladı. - Tom started chuckling.

chuckling
kıs kıs gülmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Sounds made by chicken
To laugh quietly or inwardly
A quiet laugh
{v} to laugh much, fondle, call as a hen
To laugh in a suppressed or broken manner, as expressing inward satisfaction, exultation, or derision
To call, as a hen her chickens; to cluck
a soft partly suppressed laugh
Laugh quietly or inwardly
To fondle; to cocker
{f} laugh quietly, giggle
When you chuckle, you laugh quietly. The banker chuckled and said, `Of course not.' He chuckled at her forthrightness. Chuckle is also a noun. He gave a little chuckle. to laugh quietly (chuck (14-19 centuries), from the sound)
A short, suppressed laugh; the expression of satisfaction, exultation, or derision
laugh quietly or with restraint
{i} low laughter, giggle
chuckle head
(Slang) one who has a large head; dunce; numskull
chuckling
An instance in which someone chuckles
chuckled
past of chuckle
chuckler
{i} one who chuckles, giggler
chuckles
plural of chuckle
chuckling
{i} soft laugh, giggle, chuckle
chuckling
present participle of chuckle
chuckle
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