Translation of embarrassment in Spanish:
- 1.1 uncountable and countable (shame) he suffered the embarrassment of having to admit that …to avoid embarrassment, please do not ask for creditsufrió el bochorno de tener que reconocer que …pasó la vergüenza de tener que reconocer que …para evitar situaciones violentas or embarazosas, por favor no pida fiadoExample sentences1.2 uncountable and countable (cause of shame) See examples: this room/meal is an embarrassment!
he's an embarrassment to his friends¡esta pieza/comida es una vergüenza!financial embarrassmentles hace pasar vergüenza a sus amigos1.3 uncountable (overabundance) (no plural) with so many good candidates you have an embarrassment of richesdificultades (feminine plural) económicascon tantos buenos candidatos tienen más que de sobra para elegir
- Feelings of expectation, embarrassment, distress and emotional harm vary according to the individual.
- Pauline said today she feared that embarrassment and shame could be stopping Christine and Nicholas from contacting her.
- I felt a lot of shame, embarrassment and humiliation, I lived with all that for years.
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