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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “disgrace”

disgrace

noun [U]
 
 
/dɪsˈɡreɪs/
embarrassment and the loss of other people's respect, or behaviour which causes this
恥辱,丟臉;不光彩的行為
They were sent home in disgrace.
他們蒙著羞被送回了家裡。
He brought disgrace on the whole team by falsifying the results.
他篡改比分的行為讓全隊丟了臉。
Humiliating and degrading
be a disgrace to be a very bad situation
非常糟糕,太不像話
Three families living in one room - it's a disgrace!
三家人住在一間房裡——太糟糕了!
[+ that] It's a disgrace that the government spends so much on guns and so little on education.
政府在武器上花了那麼多錢,而在教育上卻支出這麼少,真是太不像話了。
Morally wrong and evilDishonest
be a disgrace to sb/sth to be so bad or unacceptable that you make people lose respect for the group or activity you are connected to
是…的恥辱
You're a disgrace (to the family) - what a way to behave!
你真(給家人)丟臉——怎麼能幹出這樣的事情!
Morally wrong and evilDishonest
(Definition of disgrace noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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