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disgrace
dɪs'greɪs
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A state of dishonor.
(动) As a verb
  1. Damage the reputation of.
  2. Reduce in worth or character, usually verbally.
  3. Bring shame or dishonor upon.
Hyphenationdis•grace
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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耻辱chǐrǔdisgrace; shame; humiliation
不名誉bù míngyùdisreputable; disgraceful
失体面shī tǐmiànto lose face
gòudisgrace; to revile
, (Tw)disgrace; dishonor; to insult; to bring disgrace or humiliation to; to be indebted to; self-deprecating
gòudirt; disgrace
尤诟yóugòushame; disgrace
chǐshame; disgrace
diànblemish; disgrace; flaw in jade
玷辱diànrǔto dishonor; to disgrace
shame; disgrace
hùn(a variant of ) to dishonor; to disgrace; to distress, grief; shame; to disobey, to be anxious; to be apprehensive; to worry, to disturb or to agitate; to harass, confused and disorderly
(same as ) to abuse and insult, shame; disgrace
to insult; to ridicule; to disgrace
往脸上抹黑wǎng liǎn shàng mǒhēito bring shame to; to smear; to disgrace
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