- n. 嗤笑；偷笑
- v. 嗤嗤地笑；偷笑
a nervous restrained laugh
"The girls giggled when the rock star came into the classroom"
- The curtain went down on a titter and some groans.
- His constant titter nearly drove her mad.
- Then, with a sudden titter, she raised her head and looked at her father.
- Future generations may perhaps titter at today's attitudes too.
- There was an embarrassing pause on stage and the audience began to titter.
- titter-totter 【方】跷跷板...
The prisoners tittered and had to laugh aloud sometimes at his jokes.出自： B. Behan