embarrassed / ɛmˈbær əs /


embarrassed2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to cause confusion and shame to; make uncomfortably self-conscious; disconcert; abash: His bad table manners embarrassed her.
  2. to make difficult or intricate, as a question or problem; complicate.
  3. to put obstacles or difficulties in the way of; impede: The motion was advanced in order to embarrass the progress of the bill.
  4. to beset with financial difficulties; burden with debt: The decline in sales embarrassed the company.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to become disconcerted, abashed, or confused.

embarrassed 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

in social difficulties

embarrassed 的近义词 4
embarrassed 的反义词 1
adj. 形容词 adjective

in financial difficulties

embarrassed 的近义词 5


  1. Usually, it takes at least one full day in Cancun to do something embarrassing you’ll never live down.
  2. Convinced King was “the world’s most notorious liar,” the FBI director sought information that would embarrass King and induce him to step aside as leader of the civil rights movement.
  3. Several Democrats, embarrassed by the entire process, joined with Republicans to pass a resolution denying that Congress, the courts or any tribunal could reverse the 1876 election results.
  4. Instead, we are home, missing the good and the frustrating and weird parts of our families and creating new traditions with our children — ones that will undoubtedly later embarrass them.
  5. We’ll continue to talk openly and learn more about female physiology and not treat it as something to be embarrassed by or ignored.
  6. I actually downloaded the app last summer and was embarrassed because none of my friends seemed to use it.
  7. I was so embarrassed my face reddened but Lee kept it right up.
  8. But outsiders, generally, are embarrassed or appalled, and so are a growing number of locals.
  9. I am not remotely embarrassed to relate he weighed just 9lb.
  10. In particular, a video of an apparently inebriated Morgan has embarrassed supporters of the referendum.
  11. Edna was a trifle embarrassed at being thus signaled out for the imperious little woman's favor.
  12. She was even meditating a retreat, inexplicably embarrassed, when an inner door opened and Lady Victoria entered.
  13. Frederick, embarrassed, thought his sister was carrying the jest too far.
  14. Embarrassed and ashamed, she was obliged to confess that her knowledge of the language was confined to one quotation.
  15. It failed to secure the capital it sought and was seriously embarrassed throughout its three years' existence.