- loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonourable action；a person or thing regarded as shameful and unacceptable
- bring shame or discredit on；cause (someone) to fall from favour or a position of power or honour
verb: disgrace, 3rd person present: disgraces, gerund or present participle: disgracing, past tense: disgraced, past participle: disgraced
- 1. loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonourable action he left the army in disgrace if he'd gone back it would have brought disgrace on the family 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ a person or thing regarded as shameful and unacceptable he's a disgrace to the legal profession 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. bring shame or discredit on you have disgraced the family name John stiffened his jaw so he wouldn't disgrace himself by crying 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ cause (someone) to fall from favour or a position of power or honour he has been publicly disgraced for offences for which he was not guilty 同義詞 反義詞
Yours Is No Disgrace 1972年12月23日 彩虹劇院 [Rainbow Theatre ] 一個最輝煌的搖滾...
...不幸，或許會遭受一樣的命運，除非神的憐憫。 "There but for the disgrace of Bush v. Gore go I." 這句話是美國經濟學家克魯格...
... down on the ground, shouting "what you did would 【disgrace】 yourself and your family!" And we assured the man...