Italian translation of 'disgrace'
he's a disgrace to the school/family
- (state of shame)
- (shameful thing)
è il disonore della scuola/della famigliahe's brought disgrace upon himself
si è ricoperto di vergognahe resigned in disgrace
caduto in disgrazia, si è dimessoto be in disgrace
essere in disgrazia(child, dog)
essere in castigoit's a disgrace!
è una vergogna!
- (state of shame)
- (family, country)
far cadere in disgraziahe disgraced himself
ha fatto una pessima figurahe was publicly disgraced
fu svergognato pubblicamente
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Example Sentences Including 'disgrace'
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Their blood fathers were disgraced or dead, and if still present were discredited.Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)
Former friends and disgraced doping doctors are interviewed.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The exam results are a national disgrace.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The way it was rushed through is a complete disgrace.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
A day when you went home feeling dirty and disgraced for having been to a football match.The Sun (2012)
A source said:'His comments were an absolute disgrace.The Sun (2016)
He is only too aware that his disgrace is complete.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
If England lose this series, they need not feel disgraced.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Their behaviour is a disgrace.The Sun (2014)
Their second goal was an absolute disgrace.The Sun (2014)
But it ended in uproar after the match official sent one off and was promptly felled by a blow from the disgraced player's father, also a referee.Great Sporting Failures (1993)
He brings disgrace to the act of remembrance.The Sun (2009)
It is a national disgrace for the country that pioneered IVF.The Sun (2016)
One raged: 'Your father has disgraced my club.The Sun (2014)
The amount of money and time that has been wasted is an absolute disgrace.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The disgraced politician is likely to defend himself against charges of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The postcode lottery is a complete disgrace.The Sun (2007)
The suspects include at least one disgraced former police officer.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The union has made it a national disgrace.The Sun (2016)
They bring shame and disgrace on the religion.The Sun (2014)
You have instead brought shame and disgrace.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It was the ideal disgraced politician 's low-key exit.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Yet the disgraced former chairman of the Commons home affairs committee is back again.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You are going to feel this disgrace.Christianity Today (2000)
She is on the shelf", a terrible shame and disgrace on the family.The Golden Thread - Asian experiences of post-Raj Britain (1990)
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British English: disgrace 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 that they have done.
His vice president also had to resign in disgrace.
British English: disgrace 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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Translation of disgrace from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary