1. (formal) (general)
a. ignominy (formal)
El alcalde nunca superará la ignominia después de que su aventura fue filtrada a la prensa.The mayor will never be able to live down the ignominy after his affair was leaked to the press.
El expresidente considera una ignominia que los políticos actuales no respeten a los ciudadanos.The ex prime minister thinks it is a disgrace that current politicians do not respect the citizens.
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