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Spanish translation of “disgrace”

disgrace

noun /disˈɡreis/
the state of being out of favour
desgracia
He is in disgrace because of his rude behaviour/behavior.
a state of being without honour and regarded without respect
deshonra
There seemed to be nothing ahead of him but disgrace and shame.
something which causes or ought to cause shame
vergüenza
Your clothes are a disgrace!
disgraceful adjective very bad or shameful
vergonzoso, deshonroso
disgraceful behaviour/behavior The service in that hotel was disgraceful.
disgracefully adverb
vergonzosamente
She behaved disgracefully at the Smiths’ dinner party.
(Definition of disgrace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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