When he saw her, he looked slightly abashed.
She looked rather abashed.
He said nothing but looked abashed.
I feel abashed at my mistake.
Inglés palabraavergonzado"(abashed) ocurre en conjuntos:Fichas del libro - "A Duel" (Richard Marsh)Fichas del libro - "Idols" (William J. Locke)Fichas del libro - "Mixed Faces" (Roy Norton)Fichas del libro - "The Plunderer" (Roy Norton)Fichas del libro - "Bolanyo" (Opie Percival Read)
Inglés palabraavergonzado"(shamefaced) ocurre en conjuntos:Fichas del libro - "A Mock Idyl" (Percy Ross)Fichas del libro - "My Little Boy" (Carl Ewald)Fichas del libro - "Barnaby A Novel" (R. Ramsay)Fichas del libro - "My Lord Duke" (E. W. Hornung)Fichas del libro - "A Boy's Town" (W. D. Howells)
He was embarrassed.
There's no reason for you to be embarrassed.
There are few who are not embarrassed to have been in love once they don't love each other anymore.
Every one of us who ridiculed his business plan as a bunch of hokum should be embarrassed we did.
Ah, could it be you're embarrassed to be called by your first name?
You, Rikka, are very cute when you're embarrassed.
I'm too embarrassed to tell her the truth. / I was so embarrassed when you appeared last night. / I think he might be a bit embarrassed.
When he arrived late for the wedding he looked embarrassed.
/ɪmˈbær.əst/ I was too embarrassed to admit that I was scared.
I tripped and spilled my drink all over myself in front of everyone. I couldn't feel more embarrassed.
Do you ever feel embarrassed when you have to say "no"?
I am very embarrassed because I would have liked to have taken part in this discussion.
I'm a bit too embarrassed to speak sometimes because I have a strong accent.
Do not be embarrassed by your failures, learn from them and start again.
She felt embarrassed about undressing in front of the doctor. I was too embarrassed to admit that I'd forgotten. He was so embarrassed - his face went brick-red. I often hesitate to speak in groups because I get embarassed easily.
Inglés palabraavergonzado"(embarrassed) ocurre en conjuntos:Relations and emotions - Relaciones y emocionesRelations and Emotions - Relaciones y Emocionesadj. calif. ISounds London
I'm too ashamed.
Our firm is on the verge of bankruptcy, I'm ashamed to say.
I'm ashamed to tell such a muddled story in this dreary, rainy season, but please bear with me for a while.
It can hardly be called research... just an amateur's hobby, I'm ashamed to say.
I'm not even capable of pinpointing Germany on a map! I'm ashamed!
Here lies one who meant well, tried a little, failed much: — surely that may be his epitaph of which he need not be ashamed.
I've never been more ashamed. / I felt ashamed and went to bed.
He tried to control her, and then he felt ashamed of himself
They are the things you get ashamed of, because words make them smaller.
I can’t believe that you’ve done such a terrible thing! I’m ashamed of you!
Later, Chris felt ashamed and apologized and Beth forgave him.
Out of a sense of justice, I said to the leader of the biker gang: "What you are doing is a crime! Be ashamed of yourselves!".
His appearance and behavior made me ashamed of him.
I'd like Quim Monzo to autograph my book, but I'm too ashamed to ask him.
Inglés palabraavergonzado"(ashamed) ocurre en conjuntos:Relations and emotions - Relaciones y emocionesFichas del libro - "The Bankrupt or Advice to the ...