- make (someone) feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed
verb: abash, 3rd person present: abashes, gerund or present participle: abashing, past tense: abashed, past participle: abashed
- 1. make (someone) feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed if anything was officially done or said to him, it did not abash him they have taken great delight in abashing critics
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...外面一直等待) His boss's criticism left him feeling rather abashed. (他老板的批評讓他一直感到有些羞愧。) 這裡feeling是現在分詞(不是進行式...
...039;m the one who (farted / passed gas) just now," he said, a bit abashed. 2. "The person who (farted / passed gas) just now was ...