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shame

noun
 
 
/ʃeɪm/
a shame A2 If you describe something as a shame, you are disappointed that it has happened.
yazık, ayıp, günah, utanç verici şey
[+ to do sth] It's a real shame to waste all this food. [+ (that)] What a shame that they had to destroy such a beautiful building.Sadness and regret
[U] when you feel embarrassed and guilty about something bad that you have done
utanç, mahcubiyet, yüz karası, leke, şerefsizlik
to be filled with shameSadness and regretHumiliating and degradingAshamed and embarrassed
have no shame to not feel embarrassed or guilty about doing bad or embarrassing things
utanç duymamak, hiç yüzü kızarmamak; yüzüne tükürsen yağmur yağıyor sanmak; utanmamak; hiç mahcup olmamak
Shamelessness
(Definition of shame noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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