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We always have a giggle about this one. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The film is fitfully amusing and there are a few good giggles to be had. The Sun (2008)We always end up in fits of giggles. The Sun (2009)That provoked some nervous giggles from the young in the stalls. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But he would have to stop giggling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They looked at each other a little coyly and giggled. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We almost forgot it was a competition and had a laugh and a giggle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She gets a friend over to giggle. Times, Sunday Times (2007)How good it is to giggle and forget about the body for a bit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sometimes it is good to have a really good giggle! Times, Sunday Times (2014)They chatted and cuddled and she was in fits of giggles as he swam through her legs. The Sun (2008)We did get the giggles at times. The Sun (2009)They can have a laugh and a giggle about it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the pair end up in fits of giggles after one of the aerobic routines leaves them down on all fours! The Sun (2010)It was hard to stop giggling. The Sun (2007)Have a giggle with this one. The Sun (2010)We heard the sound of hysterical, nervous giggling. Times, Sunday Times (2007)As soon as the band bounded on stage, the crowd struggled to stifle their giggles. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He giggles nervously in reply. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She giggled nervously, looping her arms about his neck, feeling herself small and helpless in his strong embrace. Kathleen E. Woodiwiss THE WOLF AND THE DOVE

Tendencias de giggle

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Traducciones de giggle

Inglés británico: giggle /ˈɡɪɡl/ VERB
If someone giggles, they laugh in a childlike way, because they are amused, nervous, or embarrassed.
Both girls began to giggle.
  • Inglés americano: giggle
  • Árabe: يَضْحَكُ
  • Portugués brasileño: dar risadinhas
  • Chino: 哈哈地笑
  • Croata: hihotati se
  • Checo: chichotat se
  • Danés: fnise
  • Holandés: giechelen
  • Español europeo: reírse tontamente
  • Finlandés: kikattaa
  • Francés: pouffer
  • Alemán: kichern
  • Griego: χασκογελώ
  • Italiano: ridacchiare
  • Japonés: くすくす笑う
  • Coreano: 낄낄 웃다
  • Noruego: fnise
  • Polaco: zachichotać
  • Portugués: dar risadinhas
  • Rumano: a chicoti
  • Ruso: хихикать
  • Español: reír tontamente
  • Sueco: fnittra
  • Tailandés: หัวเราะต่อกระซิก
  • Turco: kıkırdamak
  • Ucraniano: гиготіти
  • Vietnamita: khúc khích

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