I'm ashamed of you!

I'm ashamed of you!
Мне стыдно за тебя!

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  • ashamed - embarrassed — ◊ ashamed If you are ashamed, you feel guilty because you believe you have done something wrong or unacceptable. She had behaved badly and was ashamed. They were ashamed to tell their people how they had been cheated. You say that someone is… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ashamed — ashamed, mortified, chagrined mean acutely or manifestly conscious of embarrassment and humiliation. One is ashamed whose embarrassment and humiliation are mixed sometimes with a sense of guilt and always with the awareness of being discredited… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • ashamed — a|shamed [ ə ʃeımd ] adjective ** feeling guilty or embarrassed because you have done something wrong, or think that you have not reached a standard that people expect: I regret the incident and am deeply ashamed and embarrassed. ashamed of: He s …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • ashamed — [əˈʃeɪmd] adj feeling guilty or embarrassed about something that you have done He s extremely ashamed of his behaviour last night.[/ex] • ashamed of sb disappointed and upset by someone else s behaviour[/ex] I m ashamed of you lying to your… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ashamed — adj. (usu. predic.) 1 (often foll. by of (= with regard to), for (= on account of), or to + infin.) embarrassed or disconcerted by shame (ashamed of his aunt; ashamed of having lied; ashamed for you; ashamed to be seen with him). 2 (foll. by to + …   Useful english dictionary

  • you can't take someone anywhere — you can’t take someone anywhere spoken phrase used for saying that someone is behaving in a way that makes you embarrassed Stop making that noise! I can’t take you anywhere! Thesaurus: making you feel ashamed or embarrassedsynonym Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ashamed */*/ — UK [əˈʃeɪmd] / US adjective feeling guilty or embarrassed because you have done something wrong, or think that you have not reached a standard that people expect I regret the incident and am deeply ashamed and embarrassed. ashamed of: He s… …   English dictionary

  • ashamed — a|shamed S3 [əˈʃeımd] adj [not before noun] 1.) feeling embarrassed and guilty because of something you have done ashamed of/at ▪ I felt ashamed of the things I d said to him. be ashamed to do sth ▪ I m ashamed to admit that I ve never read any… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ashamed — adjective (not before noun) 1 feeling shame because of something you have done: be ashamed of doing sth: I was ashamed of having lied to my mother. | be ashamed that: Barry was ashamed that he had lost his temper. | You ought to be ashamed (of… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • ashamed — [[t]əʃe͟ɪmd[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ, usu ADJ of/about n, ADJ that If someone is ashamed, they feel embarrassed or guilty because of something they do or they have done, or because of their appearance. I felt incredibly ashamed of myself… …   English dictionary

  • ashamed — /əˈʃeɪmd / (say uh shaymd) adjective 1. feeling shame; abashed by guilt. 2. unwilling or restrained through fear of shame: ashamed to speak. –phrase 3. ashamed of, a. feeling guilty about: ashamed of his action; you should be ashamed of yourself …  


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