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She laughed in amusement.
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kanojo
pronoun
  1. she; her
noun
  1. girlfriend
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle (pronounced わ in modern Japanese)
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
okasu

masu stem

okashi
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to invade; to raid; to violate (airspace, etc.); to intrude; to trespass
  2. to infringe; to encroach
  3. to harm; to afflict; to affect
okasu

masu stem

okashi
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to commit (e.g. crime); to perpetrate; to make (e.g. mistake)
  2. to break (e.g. rule); to violate; to transgress; to contravene
  3. to rape; to violate; to ravish; to deflower
okasu

masu stem

okashi
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to brave; to risk; to face; to venture
  2. to harm; to afflict; to affect (of a disease, chemical, etc.)
  3. to desecrate; to profane
  4. to assume (someone else's surname); to take
sou
auxiliary, na adjective
  1. appearing that; seeming that; looking like; having the appearance of (after -masu stem or adj. stem)
ni
particle
  1. at (place, time); in; on; during
  2. to (direction, state); toward; into
  3. for (purpose)
  4. because of (reason); for; with
  5. by; from
  6. as (i.e. in the role of)
  7. per; in; for; a (e.g. "once a month")
  8. and; in addition to
  9. if; although
warau
warau
warau

Plain Past Indicative Form

waratta
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to laugh
  2. to smile
  3. to sneer; to ridicule (esp. 嗤う)
  4. to be dumbfounded; to be flabbergasted (as 笑ってしまう or 笑っちゃう)

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