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embarrassed
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride.
  2. Feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious.
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不好意思bùhǎo yìsito feel embarrassed; to find it embarrassing; to be sorry (for inconveniencing somebody)
受窘shòujiǒngembarrassed; bothered; in an awkward position
gānembarrassed; ill at ease
讪讪shànshànembarrassed
难为情nánwei qíngembarrassed
嗑碜kèchěnembarrassed
下不来xià bù láiawkward; embarrassed; cannot be accomplished
没有脸皮méiyǒu liǎnpíashamed; embarrassed; not having the face (to meet people); not daring (out of shame)
没脸méiliǎnashamed; embarrassed; not having the face (to meet people); not daring (out of shame)
jiǒngdistressed; embarrassed
过不去guò bùqùto make life difficult for; to embarrass; unable to make it through
难堪nánkānhard to take; embarrassed
尴尬gāngàawkward; embarrassed
害羞hàixiūshy; embarrassed; bashful
to persecute; to oppress; embarrassed
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