French translation of 'disgusted'
(= appalled) dégoûté(e)
I was absolutely disgusted. J’étais complètement dégoûté.
to be disgusted with sth, to be disgusted by sth être dégoûté(e) par qch
to be disgusted with sb être dégoûté(e) par qn
to be disgusted that ... être dégoûté(e) par le fait que ...
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Example Sentences Including 'disgusted'
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I felt disgusted and ashamed to know her.The Sun (2009)
It is hard to watch without feeling disgusted, ashamed and angry.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It left me queasy, disgusted and angry.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It's exciting but leaves me feeling disgusted with myself.The Sun (2013)
They can leave the person feeling anxious, disgusted and full of doubt.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
They should feel disgusted and ashamed today.The Sun (2014)
Try not to be disgusted or angry; that only makes things worse.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Villa Park erupted in fury, and many disgusted home fans headed for the exits.The Sun (2013)
He is absolutely disgusted by what has happened'.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Hundreds of disgusted fans branded him cruel, but the unrepentant star insisted it was no different to eating rabbit.The Sun (2012)
I am disgusted and angry.The Sun (2006)
I am disgusted and ashamed of myself.The Sun (2016)
I am disgusted, ashamed and sorry.The Sun (2009)
I feel ashamed and disgusted with myself.The Sun (2016)
Repeat this process until you feel really disgusted.The Sun (2010)
Scores of people, both delighted and disgusted, looked on in amazement.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She must feel sick and disgusted.The Sun (2008)
The neighbours we have spoken to are absolutely disgusted about it.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He's absolutely disgusted with himself.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But then one morning I looked at the computer and felt absolutely disgusted at my behavior just hours earlier.Christianity Today (2000)
She then felt ashamed and disgusted with herself.Trauma and Recovery (1992)
They are frequently ashamed and disgusted by their behavior and go to great lengths to hide it.Trauma and Recovery (1992)
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'disgusted' in Other Languages
British English: disgusted /dɪsˈɡʌstɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are disgusted, you have a strong feeling of dislike or disapproval.
I'm disgusted with the way that he was treated.
- American English: disgusted
- Arabic: مُشْمَئِزّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enojado
- Chinese: 厌恶的
- Croatian: ogorčen
- Czech: znechucený
- Danish: frastødt
- Dutch: walgend
- European Spanish: indignado
- Finnish: kauhuissaan
- French: dégoûté
- German: angeekelt
- Greek: αηδιασμένος
- Italian: disgustato
- Japanese: むかつく 腹が立つ
- Korean: 정떨어진
- Norwegian: forkledd
- Polish: zdegustowany
- European Portuguese: enojado
- Romanian: dezgustat
- Russian: чувствующий отвращение
- Spanish: indignado
- Swedish: äcklad
- Thai: รู้สึกสะอิดสะเอียน
- Turkish: tiksinmiş
- Ukrainian: що відчуває огиду
- Vietnamese: cảm thấy kinh tởm
Translation of disgusted from the Collins English to French Dictionary