Skratta antonym

Skratta du flora du meaning

Motsatsord till skratta: gråta, vara ledsen, snyfta, grina, lipa, böla.

Ringa rang rungit

  • Dictionary Swedish-English S skratta What is the translation of "skratta" in English? sv volume_up skratta = en volume_up laugh Translations Conjugation Examples Translator Phrasebook open_in_new SV "skratta" in English volume_up skratta {vb} EN volume_up laugh titter crack up volume_up skrattande {ger.} EN volume_up laughing volume_up.
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      Translation for 'skratta' in the free Swedish-English dictionary and many other English translations.

    Skrattar

    Origin & history skratt + -a, used since , cognate with Danish skratte ("to rattle, to make noise"), related to an obsolete Swedish word skrata (to scare away by making noise). Verb skratta (present skratta r, preterite skratta de, supine skratta t, imperative skratta) to laugh Antonyms gråta See also fnissa le Dictionary entries.

    Skratt korsord

    Verb skratta (present skratta r, preterite skratta de, supine skratta t, imperative skratta) to laugh Antonyms gråta See also fnissa le Dictionary entries Entries where "skratta" occurs: laugh: (impf), so zasmjeć‎ (pf) Spanish: reír‎ Sundanese: gumujeng‎ Swedish: skratta ‎ Tajik: хандидан‎ Tatar: көлергә‎.

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  • Ringa rang rungit

  • Presens. skrattar; skrattar ; imperfekt.

    In intransitive terms the difference between laugh and smile. is that laugh is to show mirth, satisfaction, or derision, by peculiar movement of the muscles of the face, particularly of the mouth, causing a lighting up of the face and eyes, and usually accompanied by the emission of explosive or chuckling sounds from the chest and throat; to.
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