Sinónimos de shame en inglés:

shame


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nombre

1‘Lily walked in front of him, her face scarlet with shame’

SINÓNIMOS
humiliation, mortification, chagrin, ignominy, loss of face, shamefacedness, embarrassment, indignity, abashment, discomfort, discomfiture, discomposure
ANTÓNIMOS

pride

2‘I felt a pang of shame at telling Alice a lie’

SINÓNIMOS
guilt, remorse, contrition, compunction
ANTÓNIMOS

indifference

3‘the incident had brought shame on the family’

SINÓNIMOS
disgrace, dishonour, discredit, degradation, ignominy, disrepute, ill-repute, infamy, scandal, odium, opprobrium, obloquy, condemnation, contempt
marginal disesteem, reprobation, derogation
ANTÓNIMOS

honour, glory

4‘it is a shame that they are not better known’

SINÓNIMOS
pity, misfortune, crying shame, cause for regret, source of regret, sad thing, unfortunate thing
bad luck, ill luck
coloquial bummer, crime, sin

5‘this situation is a shame to our country’

SINÓNIMOS
discredit to, disgrace to, stain on, blemish on, blot on, blot on the escutcheon of, slur on, reproach to, bad reflection on
stigma, scandal, outrage
literario smirch on
ANTÓNIMOS

credit


verbo

1‘you have shamed your family's name’

SINÓNIMOS
disgrace, dishonour, discredit, bring into disrepute, degrade, debase, defame, stigmatize, taint, sully, tarnish, besmirch, stain, blacken, drag through the mire, drag through the mud, give a bad name to, put in a bad light
ANTÓNIMOS

honour, do credit to, enhance the reputation of

2‘he had been shamed in public’

SINÓNIMOS
humiliate, mortify, make someone feel ashamed, chagrin, embarrass, abash, chasten, humble, put someone in their place, take down a peg or two, cut down to size, show up
Norteamericano coloquial make someone eat crow
EEUU coloquial own

Frases

    put someone or something to shame


    SINÓNIMOS
    outshine, outclass, overshadow, eclipse, surpass, excel, be superior to, outstrip, outdo, put in the shade, upstage, leave behind
    show up, humble
    coloquial run rings around, be head and shoulders above, leave standing, knock into a cocked hat
    Britanico coloquial knock spots off
    arcaico outrival, outvie
    marginal put to the blush
    ANTÓNIMOS

    not be a patch on