Definição de 'laughable'

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Palavra do dia : lehua
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That objective would have sounded almost laughable had she said the same thing last year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That image of the game now seems laughable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It may seem laughable to the victims. The Sun (2007)When you think about this, it is laughable but too serious to be a laughing matter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It does not sound a lot, but it seems laughable as a prediction. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Fast-forward 12 months and those initial misgivings seem laughable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The idea that you could fly to Spain for less than a train ticket to work seemed laughable. The Sun (2008)THE idea to voluntarily limit the speed of cars is almost laughable. The Sun (2009)Of course, it seemed laughable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Doesn't it seem laughable now? The Sun (2011)SPANISH playmaker has lost his way all year, with some of his recent passing errors almost laughable. The Sun (2015)The mooted valuation was, she said, ludicrous and laughable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He rapped: 'It is ludicrous and laughable. The Sun (2006)Try to imagine a man saying this about his career, and it's almost laughable. Christianity Today (2000)In isolation, it was inconsequential, almost laughable. The Sun (2014)Coming from almost anyone else, it would be a preposterous, almost laughable claim. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I find the suggestion laughable. The Sun (2012)A royal source said: 'It is laughable to suggest he tried to pull her. The Sun (2007)

Tendências de laughable

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Traduções de laughable

Inglês Britânico: laughable ADJECTIVE
If you say that something such as an idea or suggestion is laughable, you mean that it is so stupid as to be funny and not worth serious consideration.
The idea that these TV shows represent real life is laughable.


Definição de laughable do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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