Definition of 'sense of humour'
Example sentences containing 'sense of humour'
These examples have been automatically selected and may contain sensitive content. Read more…
She had a great sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was a nice man with a great sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He has a great sense of humour and an energy about him. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He has a great sense of humour and a personality to match. The Sun (2014)And a nation with a great sense of humour. The Sun (2010)Wonderful little vignettes, great sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's very cool with a great sense of humour. The Sun (2010)And she's got a great sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I imagine he has a great sense of humour and is a loyal friend. The Sun (2013)There was good chemistry and I loved his great sense of humour. The Sun (2011)The tour manager was exceptional - informative, caring and with a great sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Having said that, she still has a great sense of humour, and not always intentional. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Amazingly efficient, great charm and sense of humour, unique. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He has always had a great sense of humour - all the stories about him being miserable on the Bond films are cobblers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Translations for 'sense of humour'
British English: sense of humour /sɛns ɒv; əv ˈhjuːmə/ NOUN
Someone's sense of humour is the fact that they find certain things amusing.
We share the same sense of humour.
- American English: sense of humor
- Arabic: حِسُّ الفُكَاهَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: senso de humor
- Chinese: 幽默感
- Croatian: smisao za humor
- Czech: smysl pro humor
- Danish: humoristisk sans
- Dutch: gevoel voor humor
- European Spanish: sentido del humor
- Finnish: huumorintaju
- French: sens de l’humour
- German: Sinn für Humor
- Greek: αίσθηση του χιούμορ
- Italian: senso dell’umorismo
- Japanese: ユーモアのセンス
- Korean: 유머 감각
- Norwegian: sans for humor
- Polish: poczucie humoru
- European Portuguese: sentido de humor
- Romanian: simțul umorului
- Russian: чувство юмора
- Spanish: sentido del humor
- Swedish: sinne för humor
- Thai: การมีอารมณ์ขัน
- Turkish: mizah duygusu
- Ukrainian: почуття гумору
- Vietnamese: khiếu hài hước
Definition of sense of humour from the Collins English Dictionary
The language of love: 5 ways to express your love on Valentine’s Day
In the market for some new terms of endearment? Here’s the etymology behind some of the most popular.
Part One: Unlocking Mandarin with Paul Noble
We sent one of the Collins team for a one-to-one learning experience with the man himself, and here’s how they found part one of the course.
Join the Collins community
All the latest wordy news, linguistic insights, offers and competitions every month.