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1avergonzadoto be abashed at sth — avergonzarse / sentir vergüenza de algo
- I was too abashed, too embarrassed that I had actually asked something like that!
- Katherine was slightly abashed at his forwardness and lingered outside of the house, not really wanting to go in.
- She was somewhat abashed when I pointed out that I had already done so in 1997!
- He saw that she was not abashed and glared even more.
- Alright, so most teenagers wouldn't admit to having such a geeky passion, but I wasn't abashed in the least.
- I did not know what to say, for I was abashed by the thought.
- Instead, he fled the country until, abashed by a public outcry and newspaper appeals to find him, he contacted his family and his father fetched him home.
- ‘Funnily enough, yes, I am,’ he answered, not at all abashed by my question.
- He didn't seem the least abashed that water was running down his chin and onto his clothes and that the people who were passing by were giving him weird looks.
- Clearing his throat, the man sent her a truly abashed expression.
- They all filed in and sat down in the chairs, looking slightly abashed that they had been caught.
- To her credit, the blond looked slightly abashed.
- When Jo saw who it was, she looked slightly abashed.
- The young lady looked abashed and stepped back consciously into the shadows.
- My eyes met hers briefly, and I looked away, abashed at being caught gazing.
- ‘I just know I forgot to turn the water off,’ she whispered, abashed.
- The punky couple gave me a disdainful look, and I could only slink out abashed.
- But she grinned and looked abashed, and muttered something about her grandchildren.
- Others are less abashed about hiding what they see as flaws.
- She instantly looked abashed and bowed her head.