Hindi translation of 'disgrace'
disgrace /dɪsˈɡreɪs डिसˈग्रेइस्/
Word forms: disgraces, disgracing, disgraced
1. uncountable noun, singular noun
If you say that someone is in disgrace, you are emphasizing that other people disapprove of them and do not respect them because of something they have done.
The vice president resigned in disgrace.
What went on was a scandal. It was a disgrace to Britain.
2. singular noun
If you say that something is a disgrace, you are emphasizing that it is very bad or wrong.
शर्मनाक बात nf
To withhold any information is an absolute disgrace.
3. transitive verb
If you say that someone disgraces someone else, you are emphasizing that their behaviour causes the other person to feel ashamed.
I have disgraced my family's name.
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Example Sentences Including 'disgrace'
And here, of course, was the perfect motive -- not fear of death, but fear of possible disgrace.Double Deceit
Edwin and I have now been apart for some months: he stayed in the matrimonial home; I left in disgrace and disarray.Splitting
Mary was told to pack her bags and leave the house after bringing such disgrace on the family name.Goodbye Curate
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Translation of disgrace from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary