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嘲笑, ちょうしょう

  • chōshō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • scorn
  • sneer

Examples of 嘲笑,ちょうしょう in a Sentence

ちがうちがう僕ら求めてる笑顔あんなじゃない」 それは『嗤い』もしくは嘲笑』。
No, no! That isn't the smiling face we are looking for. It was a 'smirk' either that or a 'sneer'.
People used to laugh at him behind his back.
It is not good to ridicule him in public.
I can't stand being laughed at in front of others.
His classmates' jeers reduced him to tears.
He exposed himself to the ridicule of his classmates.
People once mocked the idea that the earth is round.
He was laughed at in public.

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