ashamedly

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İngilizce - Türkçe
utançla
utanmış bir şekilde
utanarak
utana sıkıla
mahçup mahcup
ashamed
mahcup

O yüksek sesle konuştuğu için mahcup oldu. - She is ashamed to speak up.

Kirli ve mahcup hissettim. - I felt dirty and ashamed.

ashamed
utanmış

Belki Tom utanmış hissediyordu. - Perhaps Tom was feeling ashamed.

O cehaletinden utanmıştı. - He was ashamed of his ignorance.

ashamed
utanmış,v.utan: adj.utanmış
ashamed
mahcup olmuş

Dan Linda'ya söylediğinden mahcup olmuş olmalı. - Dan should be ashamed of what he told Linda.

Dan bana söylediğinden mahcup olmuş olmalı. - Dan should be ashamed of what he told me.

ashamed
rezil olmak
ashamed
ar etmek
ashamed
utandırılmış
ashamed
mahcup olmak
ashamed
utanmak

Utanmak zorunda olduğun bir şey yok. - There is nothing you have to be ashamed of.

ashamed
üzülmüş
bashfully
utangaçlıkla
ashamed
{f} utan

O, fakir olmaktan utanmıyor. - He is not ashamed of being poor.

Babamın fakir olmasından utanmıyorum. - I'm not ashamed of my father's being poor.

ashamed
utanç duyan
bashfully
Utanarak, çekinerek

He bashfully asked her to go out tonight.

ashamed
{s} mahçup
bashfully
çekingen bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
with shame
bashfully
abashedly, in a humiliated manner
with a feeling of shame
ashamed
Feeling shame or guilt
ashamed
Simple past tense and past participle of ashame
ashamed
{a} covered with shame, confused, abashed
ashamed
past of ashame
ashamed
{s} embarrassed; troubled by guilty feelings
ashamed
If you are ashamed of someone, you feel embarrassed to be connected with them, often because of their appearance or because you disapprove of something they have done. I've never told this to anyone, but it's true, I was terribly ashamed of my mum. proud
ashamed
Affected by shame; abashed or confused by guilt, or a conviction or consciousness of some wrong action or impropriety
ashamed
If someone is ashamed, they feel embarrassed or guilty because of something they do or they have done, or because of their appearance. I felt incredibly ashamed of myself for getting so angry She was ashamed that she looked so shabby proud
ashamed
If someone is ashamed to do something, they do not want to do it because they feel embarrassed about it. Women are often ashamed to admit they are being abused. proud
ashamed
used of persons; feeling shame or guilt or embarrassment or remorse; "are you ashamed for having lied?"; "felt ashamed of my torn coat"
ashamedly

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    Etimoloji

    [ &-'shAmd ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English Ascamod, past participle of Ascamian to shame, from A- + scamian to shame; more at ABIDE, SHAME.

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