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English idioms related to Everyday Life - Smile & Laughter

Master English idioms regarding smiles and laughter, like "bust a gut" and "grim from ear to ear".

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English idioms related to Everyday Life
to laugh one's head off
[phrase]
to laugh or scream in great length or with extreme intensity
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to laugh until sb cry
[phrase]
to laugh so hard to the point that one's eyes become full of tears
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to laugh like a drain
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to laugh really loudly and in length
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to bust a gut
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to laugh really hard, particularly to the point that one's stomach hurts
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in stitches
[adverb]
(of laughter) in a very intense and uncontrollable manner
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belly laugh
[noun]
a loud and uncontrollable laughter
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to grin like a Cheshire cat
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to smile very widely
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to grin from ear to ear
[phrase]
(of a person) to look extremely happy and satisfied
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million-dollar smile
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a very charismatic smile that someone, particularly a woman, has
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