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beneath your dignity

C2 If something is beneath your dignity, you feel that you are too important to do it: He felt cleaning the bathroom was beneath his dignity.
Translations of “beneath your dignity”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有失體面,有失身份, 有損形象…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有失体面,有失身份, 有损形象…
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