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disgrace

US [dɪsˈɡreɪs]
UK [dɪs'ɡreɪs]
  • n.耻辱;丢脸;不光彩;令人感到羞耻的人(或事)
  • v.使丢脸;使蒙受耻辱;使名誉扫地;使失势
  • Web屈辱;失宠;使失宠
Simple Present:disgraces  Present Participle:disgracing  Past Tense:disgraced  
disgrace
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n.
1.
[u]
丢脸;耻辱;不光彩the loss of other people's respect and approval because of the bad way sb has behaved
Her behaviour has brought disgrace on her family.
她的行为使家人蒙羞。
The swimmer was sent home from the Olympics in disgrace .
这位游泳运动员很不光彩地从奥运会上被遣送回国。
There is no disgrace in being poor.
贫穷不是耻辱。
Sam was in disgrace with his parents.
萨姆已失宠于他的父母。
2.
[sing]
a ~ (to sb/sth)
令人感到羞耻的人(或事)a person or thing that is so bad that people connected with them or it feel or should feel ashamed
Your homework is an absolute disgrace.
你做的作业太丢人了。
That sort of behaviour is a disgrace to the legal profession.
那种行为是法律界的耻辱。
The state of our roads is a national disgrace.
我们的道路状况是国家的耻辱。
It's a disgrace that(= it is very wrong that) they are paid so little.
他们的报酬如此微薄,太不像话了。
v.
1.
使丢脸;使蒙受耻辱to behave badly in a way that makes you or other people feel ashamed
I disgraced myself by drinking far too much.
我喝酒过多出了洋相。
He had disgraced the family name.
他玷污了家族的名声。
2.
使名誉扫地;使失势;使失去地位to lose the respect of people, usually so that you lose a position of power
He was publicly disgraced and sent into exile.
他被当众贬谪,放逐异乡。
a disgraced politician/leader
失势的从政者╱领导人

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