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Translation of "ashamed" - English-Russian dictionary

ashamed

adjective
 
 
/əˈʃeɪmd/
B1 feeling guilty or embarrassed about something you have done
стыдиться
You've got nothing to be ashamed of. [+ to do sth] He was ashamed to admit his mistake.Ashamed and embarrassed
be ashamed of sb B2 to be angry and disappointed with a family member or friend because they have behaved badly
стыдиться за кого-либо
He was so rude to Phil - I was ashamed of him.Ashamed and embarrassed
Translations of “ashamed”
in Arabic خَجْلان…
in Korean 부끄러운…
in Malaysian perasaan malu…
in French honteux…
in Turkish utanmış, mahcup…
in Italian pieno di vergogna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羞恥的,羞愧的, 不好意思的,難為情的…
in Polish zawstydzony, ≈ wstydzić się…
in Vietnamese xấu hổ…
in Spanish avergonzado…
in Portuguese envergonhado…
in Thai ซึ่งละอายใจ…
in German sich schämen…
in Catalan avergonyit…
in Japanese (道徳的に)恥ずかしい…
in Indonesian malu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羞耻的,羞愧的, 不好意思的,难为情的…
(Definition of ashamed from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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