laugh off

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Synonyms for laugh off

deal with a problem by laughing or pretending to be amused by it

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The Kenya midfielder (left) was able to laugh off a prank by his Southampton team-mates over the festive season.
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You'll never be able to laugh off her antics again and you'll always be suspicious.
Hector is also interested in more than his students' minds, and the boys have generally agreed to laugh off the wimpy groping that's the price of a ride home on the educator's scooter.
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