"reia" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

intransitive verb
1. to laugh
transitive verb
2. to laugh at
  • no le rías las gracias -> don't laugh at his antics
pronomial verb
1. to laugh (de at)
  • reírse por lo bajo -> to snicker, to snigger
  • ¡me río yo de los sistemas de seguridad! -> I laugh at security systems!, security systems are no obstacle to me!

reír [ray-eer’]
verb neuter
1. To laugh; to smile. (n)
  • Reír a carcajadas -> to laugh excessively and loudly
2. To laugh at or sneer. (n)
3. To have convulsions resembling laughter. (Medical) (n)
4. To smile: applied to agreeable landscapes, arbors, lakes, and meads. (n)
  • Sólo para hacer reír -> just to make people laugh
verb reflexive
5. To begin to tear or rend.
6. To scoff, to make jest of.
  • Reírse de nada -> to giggle or titter idly, to laugh at a feather
  • Reírse de -> to laugh at

1 [+persona] to laugh
no me hagas reír don't make me laugh; echarse a reír to burst out laughing
reír como un loco to laugh one's head off
el que ríe el último, ríe mejor o más fuerte he who laughs last laughs longest
2 [+ojos] to laugh (literario); sparkle; [+campo, mañana, naturaleza] to sparkle; glow
to laugh at
todos le ríen los chistes everybody laughs at his jokes
1 to laugh
reírse con algo/algn
todos se ríen con sus chistes everybody laughs at his jokes; siempre nos reímos con él we always have a good laugh with him
reírse de algn/algo to laugh at sb/sth
se está riendo de mí he's laughing at me; ¿de qué te ríes? what are you laughing at?
¡déjame que me ría! that's a good one!
reírse el último
2 (estar roto)
estos zapatos se ríen these shoes are split wide open at the toes; la chaqueta se me ríe por los codos my jacket has worn through at the elbows

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