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rīdeō sī, sus, ēre,

to laugh: quid rides? T.: hic iudices ridere: semel in vitā: ridentem dicere verum Quid vetat, i. e. jestingly, H.: ridetur ab omni Conventu, there is laughter, H.—Prov.: quandoque potentior Largi muneribus riserit aemuli, i. e. in triumph over a lavish rival's gifts, H.: ridere γέλωτα σαρδάνιον, i. e. laugh on the wrong side of the mouth.—To laugh pleasantly, smile, look cheerful, be favorable: voltu Fortuna sereno, O.: cui non risere parentes, V.: Ille terrarum mihi praeter omnīs Angulus ridet, i. e. pleases, H.; cf. Mixtaque ridenti colocasia acantho, smiling, V.—To laugh at, laugh over: hunc, T.: Acrisium, H.: nivem atram: haec ego non rideo, quamvis tu rideas, say in jest: vitia, Ta.: periuria amantūm, O.: non sal, sed natura ridetur: Ridear, O.—To laugh at, ridicule, deride, mock: nostram amentiam: versūs Enni, make light of, H.: Ridentur mala qui componunt carmina, H.: Peccet ad extremum ridendus, H.

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