to be embarrassed: I was so embarrassed!¡me dio tanta vergüenza!;¡me sentí tan violento!;many people are embarrassed about discussing their agea mucha gente le da vergüenza hablar de su edad;it's nothing to be embarrassed aboutno hay por qué avergonzarse
to [feel] embarrassedI felt embarrassed about making such a stupid mistake
I feel embarrassed when I have to speak in publicme da vergüenza cuando tengo que hablar en público;me da corte cuando tengo que hablar en público (informal); (Esp)
I hate it when everybody looks at me, it makes me feel so embarrassedto [be] [feel] embarrassed [for] sbshe got the answer wrong so many times, I was I felt embarrassed for herthe way she spoke to him was awful; I felt really embarrassed for him
to be financially embarrassedestar or andar mal de dinero;tener dificultades económicas;he sang so badly I was or felt embarrassed for himcantó tan mal que sentí vergüenza ajena
he said with an embarrassed [laugh]he [looked] embarrassedan embarrassed [silence]
she was embarrassed to be seen with himle daba vergüenza que la vieran con él;le daba corte que la vieran con él (informal); (Esp)
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