There are 2 translations of disgrace in Spanish:

disgrace1

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈgreɪs/

n

uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable
  • 1.1 (shame) vergüenza (feminine) there's no disgrace in being poor ser pobre no es ninguna vergüenza it's a disgrace es una vergüenza, es un escándalo his conduct brought disgrace on his family su conducta trajo la deshonra a la familia she was sent upstairs in disgrace la mandaron arriba castigada she spent several years in disgrace pasó varios años en el oprobio or la ignominia
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    • The family guilty of such an omission would be held in disgrace and contempt pending the intervention of lineage or clan members.
    • It is usually only when an element of criminal dishonesty is involved that there follows a removal, in disgrace, from Westminster.
    • He was in disgrace in 1552 and degraded from the Garter, but restored to favour by Mary, whom he served as lord privy seal.
    1.2 (sb, sth shameful) (no plural/sin plural) vergüenza (feminine) to be a disgrace (to sb/sth) ser* una vergüenza (para algn/algo) a national disgrace una vergüenza nacional
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    • It is hateful, shameful and a disgrace to all when it is used unintelligently.
    • It's a disgrace to any concept of fairness, an insult to a horrible past, encouragement to a disgraceful present and in the long run it damages everyone.
    • Our exclusion is a scandal and a disgrace to the local Council.

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vt
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Palacio de Oriente, also known as the Palacio Real, is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. The Royal Family now lives in the Palacio de la Zarzuela, on the outskirts of Madrid.

There are 2 translations of disgrace in Spanish:

disgrace2

vt

  • 1.1 (bring shame on) [person/family/school] deshonrar I disgraced myself by getting drunk hice un papelón emborrachándome [colloquial/familiar] the dog's just disgraced itself again el perro ya ha vuelto a hacer de las suyas this weather would not disgrace the Bahamas este clima no tiene nada que envidiarle al de las Bahamas
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    • ‘I do not intend to disgrace myself at the end of my career,’ he said.
    • Tomorrow begins with a nine o'clock class, so I hope I shan't disgrace myself, time-wise, there.
    • She didn't disgrace herself and managed to keep with them for much of the race only to fade slightly at the end.
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    • We see it regularly now when prominent figures fall foul of the law or when disgraced business leaders transgress the code and pay the price.
    • He was disgraced in 1999 after he tested positive for drugs at the Pan-American games.
    • Two disgraced employees recount how their lives were ruined when they stole from their employers.
    1.2 (destroy reputation of) [enemy/politician] desacreditar

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Word of the day deteriorar
vt
los conflictos laborales han deteriorado nuestras relaciones = the labor disputes have damaged our relations …
Cultural fact of the day

Palacio de Oriente, also known as the Palacio Real, is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. The Royal Family now lives in the Palacio de la Zarzuela, on the outskirts of Madrid.