Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом laugh

Фразеологизмы со словом laugh

bundle of laughs
A very amusing person, thing, or event.
Uncle Lester tells so many jokes that he is a bundle of laughs.
canned laughter
The sounds of laughter heard on certain television programs that were obviously not recorded in front of a live audience and are played for the benefit of the audience from a stereo track to underscore the funny points.
"How can there be an audience in this show when it is taking place in the jungle? - Why, it's canned laughter you're hearing."
for laughs
For pleasure; for fun; as a joke.
The college boys climbed up into the girls' dorms and stole some of their dresses just for laughs, but they were punished all the same.
have the last laugh
get the last laugh
To make someone seem foolish for having laughed at you.
Other schools laughed at us when our little team entered the state championship, but we had the last laugh when we won it.
have the laugh on
To emerge as the victor.
We were trying to fool Paul by setting him up with a blind date who was reportedly unattractive, but he had the laugh on us when this girl turned out to be beautiful.
he laughs best who laughs last
who laughs last laughs best
A person should go ahead with what he is doing and not worry when others laugh at him. When he succeeds he will enjoy laughing at them for being wrong more than they enjoyed laughing at him. A proverb.
Everyone laughed at Mary when she was learning to ski. She kept falling down. Now she is the state champion. He laughs best who laughs last.
A loud, sarcastic, and derisive laugh.
When the speaker praised politics as one of the oldest and noblest professions, his audience of college students gave him a horselaugh.
laugh all the way to the bank
To have made a substantial amount of money either by lucky investment or by some fraudulent deal and rejoice over one's gains.
If you had done what I suggested, you, too, could be laughing all the way to the bank.