Sinonimi inglese britannico
(verbo ) 
Definition
to make someone feel ashamed or embarrassed
His dancing always mortified his friends.
Sinonimi
humiliate
His teacher continually humiliates him in maths lessons.
,
disappoint
He said that he was surprised and disappointed by the decision.
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embarrass
He is always embarrassing me in public.
,
shame
Her son's behaviour had humiliated and shamed her.
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crush
Listen to criticism but don't be crushed by it.
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annoy
Try making a note of the things that annoy you.
,
humble
the little car company that humbled the industry giants
,
put someone down
Her piano teacher was forever putting her down.
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deflate
Her comments deflated him a bit.
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vex
Everything about that man vexes me.
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affront
One example that particularly affronted him was at the world championships.
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displease
He did not wish to displease her.
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chagrin
He was chagrined at missing such an easy goal.
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discomfit
She will be discomfited by the dismissal of her plan.
, ,
put someone to shame
,
take someone down a peg (informal)
,
abash
,
make someone eat humble pie (informal)
(verbo ) 
Definition
to subdue one's emotions, the body, etc., by self-denial
The most austere of the Christians felt the need to mortify themselves.
Sinonimi
discipline
I'm very good at disciplining myself.
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control
Try to control that temper of yours.
, ,
subdue
They admit they have not been able to subdue the rebels.
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chasten
He has clearly not been chastened by his punishment.
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abase
He made his courtiers abase themselves before him.
(verbo ) 
Definition
(of flesh) to become gangrenous
Sinonimi
putrefy (formal)
the stench of corpses putrefying in the sweltering heat
, , ,
fester
The food will fester and go to waste.
, ,
gangrene
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become gangrenous
,
necrose

sinonimi aggiuntivi

in the sense of abase
He made his courtiers abase themselves before him.
Sinonimi
in the sense of affront
Definition
to hurt someone's pride or dignity
One example that particularly affronted him was at the world championships.
Sinonimi
vex,
put or get your back up,
in the sense of annoy
Definition
to irritate or displease
Try making a note of the things that annoy you.
Sinonimi
get (informal),
bug (informal),
needle (informal),
hassle (informal),
aggravate (informal),
vex,
irk,
get under your skin (informal),
get on your nerves (informal),
nark (British, Australian, New Zealand, slang),
get up your nose (informal),
give someone grief (British, South Africa),
make your blood boil,
piss you off (taboo, slang),
rub someone up the wrong way (informal),
get your goat (slang),
get in your hair (informal),
get on your wick (British, slang),
get your dander up (informal),
get your back up,
incommode (formal),
put your back up,
hack you off (informal),
be on your back (slang)

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