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shamefaced
American English: /ˈʃeɪmfeɪst/
British English: /ʃeɪmˈfeɪst/
, /ˈʃeɪmfeɪst/

Translation of shamefaced in Spanish:

adjective

  • apenado (Latin America except Southern Cone)
    Example sentences
    • Yet this is not a film that apologises, like a shamefaced school boy, for its country's past.
    • Despite the shamefaced grins that characterised the victims' interviews, there was no mistaking their anger.
    • The 600 guests went home, but she returned, slightly shamefaced, and landed herself a movie deal.

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