くすくす vs. にやにや:Do You Know How We Use These?

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くすくす vs. にやにや:Do You Know How We Use These?

What is the difference between “くすくす(kusukusu) and にやにや(niyaniya)”? Which is used as the meaning of “laugh out”?After reading this, you would be answering this question. Let me introduce what their subtle differences are and how you correctly use them such as native speakers today!




[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] くすくすわらう(kusukusu-warau)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Giggle / 嘻嘻笑 / 킥킥 / Cười khúc khích

“くすくすわらう(kusukusu-warau)” means “Giggle” and which has been used as the meaning of “to laugh repeatedly in a quiet but uncontrolled way”. The basic ways to use it are that “___は/がくすくすわらう。(___ giggle.)”, etc. For instance, “子供こどもは/がくすくすわらう。(Children giggle.)”, “友達ともだちは/がくすくすわらう。(My friends giggle.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “くすくすわらう” is used as the meaning of “TO LAUGH OUT”, unlike “ニヤニヤする”. Everyone could use “くすくすわらう” as casual, polite and formal such as “子供こどもは/がくすくすわらってるよ。(Children are giggling.) as casual and “子供こどもは/がくすくすわらっています。(Children are giggling.)” as polite and formal. Furthermore, “くすくすわらう” is used for both a good and bad meaning unlike “ニヤニヤする”.

Example
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いもうとがテレビをてよくクスクスわらってるの。くさ (My sister is often giggling while watching TV. hehe) (我妹妹经常看电视的时候总是笑嘻嘻的。哈哈) (여동생이 TV 보면서 계속 킥킥거려 ㅋㅋ) (Em gái tôi thường cười khúc khích khi xem ti vi. Haha)
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クスクスわらわないでくれますか?気分悪きぶんわるいです。 (Please don’t giggle, you make me feel uncomfortable.) (你不要这样笑眯眯的行吗?真令人不爽。) (킥킥 웃지 말아 줄래요? 기분 나쁩니다.) (Bạn có thể đừng cười khúc khích có được không? Tôi cảm thấy rất khó chịu.)
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さっきクスクスわらっているひとました。気持きもわるかったです。 (I saw a smirking guy a while ago. He’s gross.) (我刚才看到一个在笑眯眯的人,感觉好恶心。) (아까 킥킥 웃고 있던 사람 봤습니다. 기분이 나빴어요.) (Vừa nãy tôi đã nhìn thấy một người đang cười khúc khích.Tôi đã cảm thấy thật khó chịu.)
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なにクスクスわらってるの?おもわらい? (What are you giggling? You just remembered something funny?) (你干嘛在笑嘻嘻的?想起什么笑起来了吗?) (왜 킥킥 웃는 거야? 뭔가 떠올랐어?) (Cậu đang cười khúc khích cái gì đấy? Đang nhớ lại chuyện gì rồi cười đấy hả?)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] ニヤニヤする(niyaniya-suru)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Smirk / 嬉皮笑脸 / 히죽히죽 / Cười khẩy

“ニヤニヤ(niyaniya-suru)” means “Smirk” and which have been used as the meaning of “to smile in an unpleasant way”. The basic ways to use it are that “___はニヤニヤする。(___ smirks.)”, etc. For instance, “かれはニヤニヤする。(He smirks.)”, “彼女かのじょはいつもニヤニヤしている。(She always smirks.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “ニヤニヤする” is used as the meaning of “TO UNDERESTIMATE or to THINK SOMETHING BAD WHILE SMILING” and which is used as A ONLY BAD MEANING, unlike “くすくすわらう”. Everyone could use “ニヤニヤする” as casual, polite and formal such as “かれはニヤニヤしてるよ。(He’s being smirking.)” as casual and “かれはニヤニヤしてるよ。(He’s being smirking.)” as polite and formal. Furthermore, smirking people don’t laugh out unlike “くすくすわらう”.

Example
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友達ともだちがテレビをてよくニヤニヤしてて、ちょっと気持きもわるい・・・ (One of my friend is often smirling while watching TV. She looks pretty gross.) (我朋友经常看电视的时候嬉皮笑脸的,有点恶心……) (친구가 TV 보면서 계속 히죽히죽거려서 좀 기분 나빠…) (Bạn tôi thường cười khẩy khi xem ti vi, tôi cảm thấy hơi khó chịu…)
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ニヤニヤしないでくれますか?気分悪きぶんわるいです。 (Please don’t smirk, you make me feel uncomfortable.) (你能不要嬉皮笑脸吗?看着恶心。) (히죽히죽거리지 말아줄래요? 기분 나쁩니다.) (Bạn có thể đừng cười khẩy nữa có được không? Tôi cảm thấy khó chịu.)
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さっきニヤニヤしているひとました。かなり気持きもわるかったです。 (I saw a smirking guy a while ago. He’s really gross.) (刚才看到一个嬉皮笑脸的人,非常恶心。) (아까 히죽히죽거리던 사람 봤습니다. 상당히 기분이 나빴어요.) (Lúc nãy tôi nhìn thấy người cười khẩy. Thật sự cảm thấy rất khó chịu.)
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なにニヤニヤしてるの・・・? (What are you smirking…?) (你在笑什么?) (왜 히죽히죽거리는 거야…?) (Bạn đang cười khẩy cái gì vậy…?)
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