SB 10.82.40

bhagavāṁs tās tathā-bhūtā
 vivikta upasaṅgataḥ
āśliṣyānāmayaṁ pṛṣṭvā
 prahasann idam abravīt
bhagavān — the Supreme Lord; tāḥ — them; tathā-bhūtāḥ — being in such a state; vivikte — in a secluded place; upasaṅgataḥ — going up to; āśliṣya — embracing; anāmayam — health; pṛṣṭvā — asking about; prahasan — laughed; idam — this; abravīt — said.
The Supreme Lord approached the gopīs in a secluded place as they stood in their ecstatic trance. After embracing each of them and inquiring about their well-being, He laughed and spoke as follows.

Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī comments that Kṛṣṇa expanded Himself by His vibhūti-śakti to embrace each of the gopīs individually, thus waking each of them from her trance. He inquired, “Are you now relieved of your pain of separation?” and laughed to help lighten their spirits.