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disgraceful

adjective uk   us   /dɪsˈɡreɪs.fəl/
very bad: disgraceful behaviour/conduct a disgraceful situation She thought that their attitude was absolutely disgraceful. [+ that] It is disgraceful that children can get hold of drugs at school.
disgracefully
adverb uk   us   /-i/
You've behaved disgracefully.
Translations of “disgraceful”
in Korean 수치스러운…
in Arabic مُخْزٍ…
in Portuguese vergonhoso…
in Catalan vergonyós…
in Japanese 恥さらしな…
in Italian scandaloso, vergognoso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可恥的,丟臉的,不光彩的…
in Russian позорный…
in Turkish ayıp, utandırıcı, utanç verici…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可耻的,丢脸的,不光彩的…
in Polish haniebny…
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