Definitions and translations for "shame"

Definition of shame

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Noun
1. Uncomfortable or painful feeling due to recognition or consciousness of impropriety, dishonor, or other wrong in the opinion of the person experiencing the feeling. It is caused by awareness of exposure of circumstances of unworthiness or of improper or indecent conduct.
When I realized that I had hurt my friend, I felt deep shame.
The teenager couldn’t bear the shame of introducing his parents.
2. Something to regret.
It was a shame not to see the show after driving all that way.
3. Reproach incurred or suffered; dishonour; ignominy; derision.
4. The cause or reason of shame; that which brings reproach and ignominy.
5. That which is shameful and private, especially body parts.
Cover your shame!
Interjection
6. A cry of admonition for the subject of a speech, often used reduplicated, especially in political debates.
7. Expressing sympathy.
Shame, you poor thing, you must be cold!
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English - English - shame

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n. embarrassment; disgrace; dishonor
v. embarrass; bring dishonor; humiliate; compel through guilt

English - Spanish - shame

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s. vergüenza, afrenta, azaramiento, bochorno; escarnio, desgracia, ignominio, ludibrio, oprobio, lástima, conmiseración
v. avergonzar, abochornar, baldonar, deshonrar a, humillar

English - French - shame

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n. honte, déshonneur, infamie
v. faire honte; déshonorer; frapper d'infamie; humilier; mortifier; piquer l'amour propre de quelqu'un

English - German - shame

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n. Schande; Scham; Schamgefühl; Schandfleck
v. schämen; sich schämen

English - Indonesian - shame

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n. malu, rasa malu, keaiban, noda, arang di muka, kecelaan, fadihat, sakit hati, penghinaan
v. memalukan, mengaibkan

English - Italian - shame

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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 - Polish - shame

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n. wstyd, hańba, zawstydzenie, kompromitacja, niesława, sromota
v. wstydzić, zawstydzić, zawstydzać

English - Portuguese - shame

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s. vergonha, vexame; desonra; escândalo
v. envergonhar; desonrar; humilhar; envergonhar-se

English - Romanian - shame

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n. ruşine, pudoare, ocară, necinste, decădere, scandal
v. ruşina, face de ruşine, necinsti, batjocori

English - Russian - shame

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с. стыд, позор, срам, бесславие, неприятность, досада
г. стыдить, пристыдить, совестить, позорить, посрамить, осрамить

English - Turkish - shame

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f. utandırmak, mahçup etmek, ayıp etmek, yazık etmek, namusunu kirletmek, tecâvüz etmek
i. utanç, utanma, utanılacak şey, ayıp, yüz karası, leke, yazık

English - Ukrainian - shame

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n. сором, ганьба, ганебність, згуда, нага, неслава, нечесть
v. соромити, ганьбити, завстидати, засоромити, осоромлювати, паплюжити, присоромити

English - Dutch - shame

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zn. schaamte; schande
ww. schamen; schaamte voelen; beschaamd maken; te schande maken

English - Greek - shame

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επίθ. αίσχος
ουσ. ντροπή, εντροπή, όνειδος
ρήμ. καταισχύνω, ντροπιάζω, εντροπιάζω

English - Arabic - shame

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‏خجل، خزي، عار، حياء، عار خزي، هوان، مصدر خزي، إرتباك، الخجل‏
‏خجل، أخزى، جلب العار، فضح‏

English - Chinese - shame

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(名) 羞耻, 可耻的人, 羞愧
(动) 使羞愧, 侮辱

English - Chinese - shame

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(名) 羞恥, 可恥的人, 羞愧
(動) 使羞愧, 侮辱

English - Hindi - shame

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n. शर्म, शर्मंदगी, लाज, लज्जा, बदनामी, बेइज़्ज़ती, अपमान, चिढ़, दुःख
v. झेंपना

English - Japanese - shame

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(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

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명. 부끄러움; 치욕; 창피
동. 부끄럽게 하다; 창피를 주다; 모욕하다; 치욕스럽게 하다

English - Vietnamese - shame

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n. điều hổ thẹn, sự xấu hổ, điều ô nhục
v. làm xấu hổ, xấu hổ
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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