笑点 (Chinese PinYin: [xiào diǎn]; traditional Chinese:笑點) may mean: (1) noun. Laughing point or haha point; (2) noun. At the point everyone bursts out laughing; (3) noun. Punchline; (4) noun. Funny part of a story; (5) noun. A video program by Tencent Sport. Literally: 笑 (laughing) + 点 (point). The word has become a buzzword and can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 笑点很低 (a low laughing point), 我的笑点 (your laughing point), 找到笑点 (find out the laughing point).
1. How to pronounce 笑点 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [xiào diǎn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 笑点
Antonyms: 哭点 (crying point),
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 笑点
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 笑点很低 (a low laughing point), 我的笑点 (your laughing point), 找到笑点 (find out the laughing point),
4. How to use 笑点 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 笑点.
Translation: Your laughing point is really low ( = You can be easily amused).
Translation: Yes, silence adds power to the punchline because it heightens the tension.
Translation: And sometimes, even after explanation, I just don’t find the laughing point.
Translation: Their shared ancestry became a popular laughing point in Mr Obama’s stump speech and a spokesman joked that Mr Cheney was “the black sheep of the family”.
Translation: They laugh because they “get the funny part of the joke.”
Translation: He wrote the script in his native tongue, and many jokes are linked to the dialect.
Translation: The well-placed and timed pause will help ensure that the audience hears the punchline.
Translation: The pause plays another important role when used just before the punchline.
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