名词:disgracer 动词过去式:disgraced 过去分词:disgraced 现在分词:disgracing 第三人称单数:disgraces
/dɪs'greɪs; dɪs`ˇres/ n
1 [U] state in which others think that one has behaved badly and no longer deserves respect 出丑; 丢脸
*bring disgrace on oneself, one's family, etc 给自己、家庭等丢脸
* There is no disgrace in being poor. 贫穷并不丢脸.
2 [sing] ~ (to sb/sth) thing or person that is so bad that one feels or should feel ashamed 令人感到羞耻的事物或人; 耻辱
*Your homework is a disgrace
*rewrite it! 你做的功课真丢人, 重做吧!
* These slums are a disgrace to the city. 这些贫民窟是这座城市的耻辱.
3 (idm 习语) (be) in disgrace (with sb) (be) regarded with deep disfavour 很不讨人喜欢; 令人不喜爱
*He's in disgrace (with his father) because he told a lie. 他撒了个谎, 惹得父亲很不痛快.
1 bring disgrace on (sb/sth); be a disgrace to 给（某人[某事物]）丢脸; 给...带来耻辱
*Your behaviour disgraces us all. 你的行为使我们大家丢脸.
* He got drunk and disgraced himself at the wedding. 他在婚礼上喝多了, 出了洋相.
2 cause (sb) to lose a position of power, honour or favour 使（某人）失去权位、荣誉或不受喜爱
*After the defeat two generals were publicly disgraced. 那两位将军吃了败仗之後, 在公众心目中威望扫地.
1. There is no disgrace in being poor. 贫穷并不丢脸.