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dishonour

verb [T] UK formal ( US dishonor)     /dɪˈsɒn.ər/ US  /-ˈsɑː.nɚ/
to cause someone or something to lose respect 使丢脸,使蒙受耻辱,羞辱 He felt that he had dishonoured his country. 他觉得自己给国家丢了脸。 Humiliating and degrading If you dishonour a promise or agreement, you do not do what you said you would do 违反(协议);违背(诺言) We suspect he means to dishonour the agreement made three years ago. 我们怀疑他想违反3年前签下的协议。 Disappointing yourself and others dishonourable ( US dishonorable)     /dɪˈsɒn.ər.ə.bl̩/ US  /-ˈsɑː.nɚ-/ adjective dishonourable actions 不光彩的行为 Humiliating and degrading
(Definition of dishonour verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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