embarrassverb [ T ]uk /ɪmˈbær.əs/ us /ɪmˈber.əs/
- Look, you've embarrassed him - he's gone bright red!
- To be honest, it embarrassed me to receive such an effusive welcome.
- My mum always embarrasses me by arriving in some ridiculous outfit.
- Why did you make an announcement in front of everyone? Did you have to embarrass us like that?
- Stop talking about his little problem - can't you see you're embarrassing him?