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1. Are these sentences correct:


a) "When I heard this, I released a laughter."


b) "When I heard this, I let out a laughter.



2. By this, do 'a laughter' and 'a laugh' mean the same?



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Christine Christiedo 'a laughter' and 'a laugh' mean the same?

I imagine so, but 'a laughter' is exceedingly rare. Nobody says that.

Christine Christie

a) "When I heard this, I released a laughter."

b) "When I heard this, I let out a laughter.

Neither one is idiomatic to my ear. See note above.

'let out a laugh' might work. 'started to laugh' is more idiomatic.

CJ