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laugh out loud

This page is about the collocation laugh out loud

collocation pattern: verb + adverb


to laugh audibly, or laugh aloud so people can hear you

For example

  • The book was so funny I was laughing out loud on the train.

  • I tried not to laugh out loud when he dropped the ring, but it was so funny I couldn't help it.

Quick Quiz

Most people try not to laugh out loud

a. at a party

b. at a cinema

c. at a funeral
a) at a party b) at a cinema c) at a funeral

Contributor: Matt Errey