Gelächter, das

das Gelächter, die Gelächter


Worttrennung:
Ge | läch | ter


Deutsch:
(Substantiv) Neutrum – lautes [anhaltendes] Lachen


English: laughter (noun); plural noun: laughter


definition:

  • laughter is the sound one makes when one laughs

examples:

  1. contagious laughter  =  ansteckendes Gelächter {n}
  2. to burst into laughter  =  in Gelächter ausbrechen
  3. side-splitting laughter  =  zwerchfellerschütterndes Gelächter {n}
  4. sardonic laughter  =  hämisches Gelächter {n}

synonyms:

amusement, chuckle, gesture, giggle, glee, guffaw, hilarity, laugh, mirth, roar, shout, shriek, snicker, cachinnation, cackle, chortle, crack-up, crow, crowing, fit, howling, merriment, peal, rejoicing, roaring, shouting, snigger, snort, snorting, sound, titter, chortling, chuckling, giggling, guffawing, har-de-har, tehee, tittering, yuck


antonyms:

weeping, tears, mourning, sorrow, admiration, veneration, respect, whimper, whine

Streit, der

Teilen statt Hass, Liebe statt Streit
Teilen statt Hass, Liebe statt Streit (Sharing not hate, Love not Conflict)


Streit {m} ‎(genitive Streits or Streites, plural Streite or Streits)


Some translations:

argument, row, quarrel, contention, strife, altercation, controversy, struggle, clash, squabble, quarrel, dispute, fight, argue, disagreement, moot, bicker, wrangle, dissension, battle, difference, rhubarb, contest, discord, contestation, breeze, conflict, brawling, confliction, scene (to make a scene, don’t make a scene), brabble, colluctation, run-in, fratch, beef


Redewendung:

Ein Streit um des Kaisers Bart

Literal translation: An argument over the beard of the Kaiser

Meaning: An argument about something unimportant

Die Redewendung „Um des Kaisers Bart streiten“ wird gebraucht, um auszudrücken, dass es um belanglose Dinge geht, die sich womöglich gar nicht entscheiden lassen.


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