Definition of 'disgraceful'
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The of him and his players absolutely disgraceful. The Sun (2006)That was the scene of disgraceful battles when the sides met a year ago. The Sun (2008)It said his behaviour was a disgraceful breach of trust. The Sun (2011)To deceive schools across the country in this way is disgraceful. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is absolutely disgraceful the abuse you and your staff take. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Otherwise why have doctors and nurses not protested in public about the disgraceful scenes on their wards? Times, Sunday Times (2011)No one should be mucking about with it in this disgraceful way. The Sun (2007)It really is a disgraceful way to treat a proper hero. The Sun (2013)Equally disgraceful is the way they have been written out of history. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yet there were many problems behind the scenes which contributed to the unnecessary friction and helped lead to the final disgraceful scenes. The Sun (2012)In those circumstances, the present disgraceful situation should have been foreseen and avoided. Times, Sunday Times (2007)When a news story uncovers something disgraceful, one may entertain a variety of reactions. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His behaviour had been disgraceful, the lies epic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The fact that something is disgraceful does not mean it shouldn't be allowed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's absolutely disgraceful to send pilots overseas with so little flying. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)This matter was discussed again with Uefa after those disgraceful scenes that followed the final whistle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This matter was discussed again during a meeting with Uefa after those disgraceful scenes which followed the final whistle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Many aspects of life are in need of much better regulation, not least the disgraceful behaviour of our elected representatives. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was just absolutely disgraceful. The Sun (2012)She added: 'It was disgraceful behaviour. The Sun (2008)It's one of the most disgraceful and shameful cover-ups in our history. The Sun (2012)The cuts to the Armed Forces and treatment of veterans after they leave is absolutely disgraceful. The Sun (2013)She said: 'It is disgraceful. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'disgraceful'
British English: disgraceful /dɪsˈɡreɪsfʊl/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is disgraceful, you disapprove of it strongly.
...his most disgraceful behaviour.
- American English: disgraceful
- Arabic: شَائِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: vergonhoso
- Chinese: 丢人的
- Croatian: sramotan
- Czech: ostudný
- Danish: uværdig
- Dutch: schandelijk
- European Spanish: vergonzoso
- Finnish: häpeällinen
- French: honteux
- German: schändlich
- Greek: ατιμωτικός
- Italian: vergognoso
- Japanese: 不名誉な
- Korean: 수치스러운
- Norwegian: vanærende
- Polish: haniebny
- European Portuguese: vergonhoso
- Romanian: rușinos
- Russian: позорный
- Spanish: vergonzoso
- Swedish: skandalös
- Thai: น่าอับอาย
- Turkish: utanç verici
- Ukrainian: ганебний
- Vietnamese: ô nhục
Definition of disgraceful from the Collins English Dictionary
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