English - Definiton of shame Pronunciation
n. embarrassment; disgrace; dishonor
v. embarrass; bring dishonor; humiliate; compel through guilt
English - Spanish - shame Pronunciation
s. vergüenza, afrenta, azaramiento, bochorno; escarnio, desgracia, ignominio, ludibrio, oprobio, lástima, conmiseración
v. avergonzar, abochornar, baldonar, deshonrar a, humillar
English - French - shame Pronunciation
n. honte, déshonneur, infamie
v. faire honte; déshonorer; frapper d'infamie; humilier; mortifier; piquer l'amour propre de quelqu'un
English - German - shame Pronunciation
n. Schande; Scham; Schamgefühl; Schandfleck
v. schämen; sich schämen
English - Italian - shame Pronunciation
s. vergogna; senso di pudore, ritegno; onta, disonore, ignominia; (fam) peccato
v. far vergognare, far provare vergogna a; disonorare, recare onta a; indurre per la vergogna; fare sfigurare con la propria superiorità, eclissare, oscurare
English - Portuguese - shame Pronunciation
s. vergonha, vexame; desonra; escândalo
v. envergonhar; desonrar; humilhar; envergonhar-se
English - Russian - shame Pronunciation
с. стыд, позор, срам, бесславие, неприятность, досада
г. стыдить, пристыдить, совестить, позорить, посрамить, осрамить
English - Turkish - shame Pronunciation
f. utandırmak, mahçup etmek, ayıp etmek, yazık etmek, namusunu kirletmek, tecâvüz etmek
i. utanç, utanma, utanılacak şey, ayıp, yüz karası, leke, yazık
English - Albanian - shame Pronunciation
n. turp, turpërim, çnderim
English - Dutch - shame Pronunciation
zn. schaamte; schande
ww. schamen; schaamte voelen; beschaamd maken; te schande maken
English - Greek - shame Pronunciation
επίθ. αίσχος
ουσ. ντροπή, εντροπή, όνειδος
ρήμ. καταισχύνω, ντροπιάζω, εντροπιάζω
English - Chinese - shame Pronunciation
(名) 羞耻, 可耻的人, 羞愧
(动) 使羞愧, 侮辱
English - Chinese - shame Pronunciation
(名) 羞恥, 可恥的人, 羞愧
(動) 使羞愧, 侮辱
English - Japanese - shame Pronunciation
(動) 恥をかかせる; 侮辱する
(名) 恥ずかしさ; 恥; 恥ずべきこと
English - Korean - shame Pronunciation
명. 부끄러움; 치욕; 창피
동. 부끄럽게 하다; 창피를 주다; 모욕하다; 치욕스럽게 하다
Expressions
noun: a painful emotion resulting from an awareness of inadequacy or guilt
noun: a state of dishonor Example:One mistake brought shame to all his family.
noun: an unfortunate development
verb: compel through a sense of shame Example:She shamed him into making amends.
verb: surpass or beat by a wide margin
verb: cause to be ashamed
verb: bring shame or dishonor upon

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Verb forms for shame
Present participle: shaming
Present: shame (3.person: shames)
Past: shamed
Future: will shame
Present conditional: would shame
Present Perfect: have shamed (3.person: has shamed)
Past Perfect: had shamed
Future Perfect: will have shamed
Past conditional: would have shamed