chuckle

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chuck·le

 (chŭk′əl)
intr.v. chuck·led, chuck·ling, chuck·les
1. To laugh quietly or to oneself.
2. To cluck or chuck, as a hen.
n.
A quiet laugh of mild amusement or satisfaction.

[ Probably frequentative of chuck.]

chuck′ler n.
chuck′le·some adj.
chuck′ling·ly (-lĭng-lē) adv.

chuckle

(ˈtʃʌkəl)
vb (intr)
1. to laugh softly or to oneself
2. (Zoology) (of animals, esp hens) to make a clucking sound
n
a partly suppressed laugh
[C16: probably from chuck3]
ˈchuckler n
ˈchucklingly adv

chuck•le

(ˈtʃʌk əl)

v. chuck•led, chuck•ling,
n. v.i.
1. to laugh in a softly moderated manner.
n.
2. a softly moderated laugh.
[1590–1600]
chuck′ler, n.
chuck′ling•ly, adv.

chuckle


Past participle: chuckled
Gerund: chuckling

Imperative
chuckle
chuckle
Present
I chuckle
you chuckle
he/she/it chuckles
we chuckle
you chuckle
they chuckle
Preterite
I chuckled
you chuckled
he/she/it chuckled
we chuckled
you chuckled
they chuckled
Present Continuous
I am chuckling
you are chuckling
he/she/it is chuckling
we are chuckling
you are chuckling
they are chuckling
Present Perfect
I have chuckled
you have chuckled
he/she/it has chuckled
we have chuckled
you have chuckled
they have chuckled
Past Continuous
I was chuckling
you were chuckling
he/she/it was chuckling
we were chuckling
you were chuckling
they were chuckling
Past Perfect
I had chuckled
you had chuckled
he/she/it had chuckled
we had chuckled
you had chuckled
they had chuckled
Future
I will chuckle
you will chuckle
he/she/it will chuckle
we will chuckle
you will chuckle
they will chuckle
Future Perfect
I will have chuckled
you will have chuckled
he/she/it will have chuckled
we will have chuckled
you will have chuckled
they will have chuckled
Future Continuous
I will be chuckling
you will be chuckling
he/she/it will be chuckling
we will be chuckling
you will be chuckling
they will be chuckling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been chuckling
you have been chuckling
he/she/it has been chuckling
we have been chuckling
you have been chuckling
they have been chuckling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been chuckling
you will have been chuckling
he/she/it will have been chuckling
we will have been chuckling
you will have been chuckling
they will have been chuckling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been chuckling
you had been chuckling
he/she/it had been chuckling
we had been chuckling
you had been chuckling
they had been chuckling
Conditional
I would chuckle
you would chuckle
he/she/it would chuckle
we would chuckle
you would chuckle
they would chuckle
Past Conditional
I would have chuckled
you would have chuckled
he/she/it would have chuckled
we would have chuckled
you would have chuckled
they would have chuckled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chuckle - a soft partly suppressed laugh
laugh, laughter - the sound of laughing
Verb1.chuckle - laugh quietly or with restraint
express joy, express mirth, laugh - produce laughter

chuckle

verb laugh, giggle, snigger, chortle, titter He chuckled appreciatively at her riposte.

chuckle

verb
To laugh quietly:
Translations
ضِحْكا خافِتايَضْحَكُ ضِحْكا خافِتا
chechotpochechtávánípochichtávat se
klukkenklukle
hlæja lágtlágvær hlátur, hláturkjölt
krizenimaskrizenti
ķiķināšanaķiķināt
chichotsmiech
hihitanjehihitati se
kıkır kıkır gülmekıkır kıkır gülmek

chuckle

[ˈtʃʌkl]
A. Nrisita f, risa f sofocada
we had a good chuckle over thatnos reímos bastante con eso
B. VIreírse entre dientes, soltar una risita
to chuckle at or overreírse con

chuckle

[ˈtʃʌkəl] viglousser

chuckle

nleises Lachen, Kichern nt no pl; to have a good chuckle about somethingsich (dat)eins lachen über etw (acc) (inf)
vileise in sich (acc)hineinlachen, sich (dat)eins lachen (inf); to chuckle awayvor sich hin lachen or kichern

chuckle

[ˈtʃʌkl]
1. nrisolino
2. viridacchiare
to chuckle at or over → ridere or ridacchiare per

chuckle

(ˈtʃakl) verb
to laugh quietly. He sat chuckling over a funny book.
noun
such a laugh.
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