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embarrassed

adjective uk   /ɪmˈbær.əst/  us   /-ˈber-/
B1 feeling ashamed or shy: She felt embarrassed about undressing in front of the doctor. [+ to infinitive] I was too embarrassed to admit that I was scared.financially embarrassed humorous having no money
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in Korean 당황한…
in Arabic مُحْرَج…
in Portuguese envergonhado, constrangido…
in Catalan avergonyit…
in Japanese 恥ずかしい…
in Italian imbarazzato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 窘迫的,尷尬的, 害羞的…
in Russian смущенный…
in Turkish mahcup, utanmış, sıkılmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 窘迫的,尴尬的, 害羞的…
in Polish zażenowany, zakłopotany…
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